Two Buffalo natives open "Towels in the Buff"

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - Take a blue terry cloth towel and add a red and white colored buffalo, and you have the makings of a product being designed by “Towels in the Buff.

“We take items and parts of Buffalo that we love and embroider them so people can show how proud they are to be from Buffalo.”

The products always include a buffalo and can showcase things like your Sabres pride, or maybe your Polish pride depending on what you're in to.

Jill Ungaro cofounded the business about a year ago. “I've always been proud to be from Buffalo,” she explained. She wanted to showcase that passion on towels and blankets. “I noticed all the Buffalo products. They're everywhere. But, I noticed there was never any blankets or towels.”

So, “Towels in the Buff,” was born. Right now, they're available both online and at various festivals. “We sell towels, hand towels, blankets, hoodies, t-shirts, and long sleeved t-shirts.”

Products are all locally designed and manufactured. It’s one more way Ungaro said she and her business partner are showing their Buffalo pride.


Take a blue terry cloth towel and add a red and white colored buffalo, and you have the makings of a product being designed by “Towels in the Buff.”

“We take items and parts of Buffalo that we love and embroider them so people can show how proud they are to be from Buffalo.”

The products always include a buffalo and can showcase things like your Sabres pride, or maybe your Polish pride depending on what you're in to.

Jill Ungaro co--founded the business about a year ago. “I've always been proud to be from Buffalo,” she explained. She wanted to showcase that passion on towels and blankets. “I noticed all the Buffalo products. They're everywhere. But, I noticed there was never any blankets or towels.”

So, “Towels in the Buff,” was born. Right now, they're available both online and at various festivals. “We sell towels, hand towels, blankets, hoodies, t-shirts, and long sleeved t-shirts.”

Products are all locally designed and manufactured. It’s one more way Ungaro said she and her business partner are showing their Buffalo pride.

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