A native of Buffalo, Biniasz has extensive experience in marketing, public relations, event management, crisis communication and promotions.
Current Director of Entertainment, Special Events & Brand Marketing for the Erie County Agricultural Society. In 2014, named the Marketing Tourism Professional of the Year by Visit Buffalo Niagara (Buffalo, New York's CVB).
A former Director of Marketing for Western Regional Off Track Betting (OTB), his responsibilities included the overseeing of marketing and promotions of OTB locations, Batavia Downs Raceway and Batavia Downs Casino. Previously, Biniasz was marketing manager with Delaware North Companies Inc. Gaming and Entertainment at Fairgrounds Gaming and Raceway. From 2001 to 2003, Biniasz worked in Div. I NCAA athletics as an Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing at Niagara University. As Manager for Fundraising Events/Marketing at the Western New York Public Broadcasting, Biniasz worked to help PBS establish the Buffalo Niagara Guitar Festival and was involved in on-air fundraising on television and radio. From 1998 to 2000, Biniasz was a sales and marketing manager at WNGS-TV in Buffalo where he also assisted in the development of UPN television affiliates. He served as a public relations specialist for the Sweet Home Central School District from 1994 to 1997. In addition he has worked as an anchor/report at radio stations WJJL-Niagara Falls, WPIG-Olean, WESB-Bradford, Pa and WBEN-Buffalo.
Biniasz has developed a reputation as an innovative leader and creative thinker in Western New York through involvement in a variety of civic activities. He is founding member and past President of the Buffalo Broadcasting Association and a member of Leadership Niagara’s Class of 2004. In 2005, Marty was recognized for his work in promoting the heritage of Buffalo's Polonia as the Ampol Eagle newspaper's Citizens of the Year. Biniasz served as the Chairman of the City of Buffalo’s Broadway Market Advisory Task Force. He is the co-founder of Dyngus Day Buffalo and annual Dyngus Day Buffalo parade. Biniasz also conducts architecture and history tours of Buffalo as part of Forgotten Buffalo. He was honored by Buffalo Business First in 2009 as a Forty Under 40 Award recipient. In 2010, Biniasz became a board member of the Despensata Corporation, a non-profit development and promotions organization dedicated to the preservation and reuse of Buffalo’s Historic Polonia District. Former Marketing & Public Relations Chairman of the Central Terminal Restoration Corporation and St. Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr Church Parish Council.
He is the author of two books on the Erie County Fair distributed by Arcadia Publishing.