Niagara Gazette — Also, when did it become crime to drive a car with Massachusetts license plates? A huge segment of the Niagara tourist market is comprised of visitors from the Bay State. And the fact they didn’t seem to know where they were going is not unusual. After all, consider the signage the average tourist encounters, trying to find the falls.
By the way, that was the purpose for those two students visiting here — to see the mighty cataracts.
BY THE NUMBERS: Sign on front door at Applebee’s in the Fashion Outlets USA, Military Road: “Quick Draw Winner, $1,900.”
DEEP ROOTS: Mike Linenfelser, an advertising salesman at the Niagara Gazette for some 20 years, will be joining Scott Furniture & Interiors, Military Road, next month as a part-time sales advisor. Linenfelser has vast experience in the business, starting with a former furniture store that the family operated for years on Grand Island.
DRIVING MR. TIPSY: Overheard at Wendy’s, Porter Road: “I was the designated driver that night and this one guy irritated me so much, I dropped him off at the wrong house, three miles away. He was so stiff he didn’t know the difference. When he got out of the car, he even thanked me!”Contact reporter Don Glynn at 282-2311, ext. 2246.