BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A company held a celebration in Buffalo for its connection to the Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins.
Delaware North companies rolled out cake and popcorn at their global headquarters downtown Friday afternoon. They also unfurled the NHL championship banner honoring the team owned by Delaware North chairman Jeremy Jacobs.
President and COO Chuck Moran said, "This is the first one since Mr. Jacobs purchased the team, so we're real excited about it, he is running on a huge amount of adrenaline right now."
The Jacobs family will be in Boston on Saturday for the big parade honoring the league champion Bruins.
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