Established in Detroit by Kurt Ziebart in 1959, Ziebart International Corporation built its business upon the founder's inventive techniques for preventing automotive rust. Today, Ziebart's international network of 400 locations across 30 countries beautifies and protects roadbound vessels with an arsenal of sophisticated products and services, including window tinting, paint protection, underbody sound barriers, and forcefields. Employees purchased the company in 1994 through an employee stock ownership plan, giving each worker a personal stake in ensuring every vehicle is buffed, polished, and cleaned to a glistening brilliance. Interior and exterior detailing packages remove stains from upholstery and grime from auto bodies, Diamond Gloss paint finish, and corrosion-control treatments shield four-wheeled friends from everyday wear and tear.
Carrying a cavalcade of new and used vehicles, CNY Auto and Alan Byer Foreign Auto share their specialized knowledge and skills with inquiring or existing car owners. Led by John Mupagano, the shop's team of talented technicians specialize in all things Volvo, peering into the combustion-caked souls of vehicles with modern diagnostics equipment. The techs keep cars running with a host of preventative care, such as NYS inspections and repairs to transmission, cooling system, and air-conditioning systems. The shop also partners with Alan Beyers collision center to help straighten structural damage from your latest run-in with an overly affectionate fire hydrant.
From behind the wheel of one of their fleet of stretched-out luxury cars, Absolute Prestige Limousine’s drivers deliver passengers to special occasions in plush-leather elegance decked out with televisions and thumping sound systems. Each vehicle features shimmering bar glassware ready for exuberant toasts on the way to wine tours of the Finger Lakes or decisive dances at senior proms. Wedding-day packages help enamored couples tie the knot with amenities including champagne toasts, Just Married signs, red carpet treatments, and horns that honk Pachelbel’s Canon.
• For $20, you get a general-admission lawn ticket (a $29.50 value before fees, or up to a $40 value online, including all ticketing fees). • For $31, you get a ticket for seating in sections 201–202 or 205–206 (a $49.50 value before fees, or up to a $62.50 value online, including all ticketing fees).