Billy Fuccillo, who operates from a base in Adams, N.Y., north of Syracuse, has spent unprecedented amounts of money on advertising that features himself on bus wraparounds and a flood of TV commercials to make himself and his business known. The tag line in his ads, which he disclosed last year cost him $2 million in 2003, is the word "Huge!"
Over 90% of downtown workers use a car, either alone or in a carpool, to travel to and from work. 50% parked in a garage, 40% in a surface lot and 4% on the street. The most important factors in choosing parking are proximity and price. 60% of workers walk less then 5 minutes from their vehicle to work place and more than 60% of workers feel safe in their parking facility and on their walk to work.
Little Italy contains several bakeries, cafés, pizzerias, restaurants, beauty salons, shops, bars and nightclubs. Its main street is North Salina Street. The north side of Syracuse has always had a great deal of residents with Italian heritage, and this neighborhood has been called Little Italy for a while. However, in 2003, the city officially designated it as such and the area was renovated.
Driven from other cities in upstate New York, an increasing number of harried crows have found a new home in downtown Syracuse and its surrounding neighborhoods, where buildings provide warmth and lights offer protection from predators.
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Over the past several years, the New York State Fair has entertained nearly one million fairgoers with agricultural exhibits, thrilling rides, cultural villages, a star-studded concert lineup, culinary treats and much, much more.
Syracuse Auto Dynamics and Accessories has been serving the Syracuse area for over 27 years. There is no job too small or too big, as they often service customers from New York, Boston and the surrounding Eastern states.
The William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center (RTC) is Central New York’s one-stop transportation center providing service to other cities. The RTC is home to train & bus services provided by Amtrak, Greyhound and Trailways. All are under one roof and the RTC provides customers a safe, clean & friendly environment while they travel.
- Fuccillo Bus Advertisement
- Armory Square and Starbucks
- Destiny USA Advertisement at Carousel Mall
- Parking Lot on S. Franklin Street
- Street Sign in Little Italy
- Interstate 81 and Interstate 690
- Crow Roost above Hutchings Psychiatric Center
- Sol Lewitt Sculpture at the James M. Hanley Federa...
- Onondaga Nation Billboard
- Scrap Yard behind New York State Fairgrounds
- Soccer Game at Frazer Park
- Syracuse Auto Dynamics on S. West Street
- Pastime Athletic Club Sign
- Sam's Club on Erie Blvd
- Men's Bathroom at Regional Transport Center
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