BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Were about 24 hours away until Airforce One touches down inwestern New York.
A local business is gearing up for a presidential visit.
"Just to see the president is a life-long dream of anyAmerican," said Michael Mussucci, an I.S.I. Machining Manager.
Workers are cleaning up, ready for the president.
Vice President of Industrial Support Inc. Anthony Sabuda said,"We're very honored, this is a once in a life time experience."
Sabuda says surprisingly, the day before the presidential visit,it's business as usual.
Sabuda said, "We're working. We've got customers that we need tocontinue to supply."
There won't be anything "usual" about Thursday, when thepresident arrives at 1:45 p.m.
Sercurity is so tight, that the secret service told Sabuda notto let any media outlet inside of the facility. Even if a reporterwanted to go in without a camera, it isn't allowed.
The more than 60 employees at I.S.I. and others will be inattendance for a town hall style meeting, where News 4 is told someworkers will ask the president questions.
White House officials say , this successful business beat outothers because of its small size and record of growth.
"Dave Sullivan who is the owner and the founder of the company,has embodied a spirit that has not only allowed us to survive inthe comany but grow," said Sabuda.
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