Open For Business and taking ACTION during the COVID-19 crisis

Doing our part to help our customers and the local community.

Joe’s Service Center is Open For Business and taking ACTION during the COVID-19 crisis.

As a sign of our support for all of the essential workers and local businesses open during this crisis – we are offering a $0.20 per gallon discount until the end of April 2020.

This applies to all customers in all essential businesses whether they’re manning the cash register at Wegmans, donning the scrubs at a nursing home/hospital, wielding a wrench on a plumbing repair, delivering food/mail/packages, or reporting on governmental actions. 

We are also including gig and contract workers who may be experiencing the economic impact of this crisis.

NOTE: We are following all prescribed guidelines to keep our customers and employees safe. Please help us by using credit cards to minimize contact between customers and staff.

Check out the plexiglass we installed between our staff and customers! 

We’ll get through this together!

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Acts of Kindness: Buffalo Sunoco Station Offers Gas Discount to Essential Workers

Spectrum News took notice of our discount for essential workers. See the video here.

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Spreading the news about our work in the local community during the COIVID-19 crisis.

Article reprinted from Buffalorising.com in the Riverside Review

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BuffaloRising.com article covers Joe’s Service Center response to COVID-19 crisis.

Buffalo Rising contributor Queenseyes writes about our response to the COVID-19 crisis
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Pan-American Exposition 1901

Did you know Joe’s Service Center is located on the former grounds of the Pan-American Exposition which took place in Buffalo in 1901?

Check out the photos below to see the view from our gas pumps over 100 years ago.

Amherst Street Entrance for the Pan-American Expo at the corner of Amherst and Elmwood  in 1901. This location also served as the Elmwood Street Car turnaround. Today, Joe’s Service Center is located in the foreground of this photograph.
View from Joe’s Service Center: NE corner of Elmwood and Amherst – 1901
View from Joe’s Service Center: SE corner of Elmwood and Amherst – 1901
View from Joe’s Service Center: SE corner of Elmwood and Amherst – NOW
View from Joe’s Service Center: NE corner of Elmwood and Amherst – NOW
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Buy Canadian Candy in Buffalo at Joe’s Service Center!

joe's-service-center-canadian-candyJoe’s Service Center has all your favorite Canadian candy for sale right here in our store! 

Satisfy your craving for your favorite sweets from across the border without the hassles of crossing the bridge. 

Aero Bars
Coffee Crisp
Crunchie
Mackintosh Toffee
Smarties and more! 

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Electric Zenn Car

Electric Car

All Electric Zenn (Zero Emission, No Noise) Car stopped by for a test drive.

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Beware of Dog

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Opposition mounts to state’s Scajaquada redesign

Opponents, including GoBike Buffalo and the Scajaquada Corridor Coalition, are calling on their members or supporters to express their displeasure with a design plan that they say “fails to meet Governor Cuomo’s transformational vision” for the roadway.

Source: Opposition mounts to state’s Scajaquada redesign – The Buffalo News

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Neighborhood Upholstery Shop

Our favorite neighborhood upholstery shop on Amherst St. – AV Iglesias Upholstery

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