Advanced Communications Technology will provide free lunch to everyone that makes the trek to Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo on Friday. ACT is offering lunch as an opportunity for the community to get to know the company and its employees.
Randy Burns, with ACT, said the company does this every year in Sheridan, and now will do this every year in Buffalo as well.
Up In Smoke will be doing the catering for the free lunch and Burns said everyone will love their food.
Burns said ACT is in the process of expanding into the Buffalo area, from South Main Street north to the Kum-N-Go, across the intersection at Fort and Main Streets to the courthouse and Jim Gatchell Museum; the line will head west up Fort Street to the new criminal justice center, then north to the Johnson County Healthcare Center.
Construction on the lines is expected to begin this week and be completed to get customers on-line by the end of 2011.
ACT, according to Burns, has plans for future expansion of their services as demand warrants.
The barbeque lunch will be served from noon until 2pm.