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I had mentioned my son and his new company in another thread. One of the local news channels interviewed him last night. The first airing was at 11:05pm last night. By 11:15 his Facebook page and phone were lighting up. Today he was turning people away. Incredible! 

Here is the link.

https://wpta21.com/2021/01/29/its-a-relief-snow-plow-companies-prepare-for-weekend-weather/

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What's snow? 

The only plows around here, are hooked on to the back of a tractor. 

Never-the-less, congratulations to him, and his business. Good for him.

 

Concentrate on the customers, the money will be there.

Concentrate on the money, the customers won't be there.

A simple rule that most companies can't seem to grasp. 

 

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Lol. Guess who gets to report for duty to run a plow at midnight? My wife is fixing box lunches and the coffee is ready to go. Least we can do. Could be ten minutes of fun! 

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2 minutes ago, Waxahachie Kid #17017 L said:

What's snow? 

The only plows around here, are hooked on to the back of a tractor. 

Never-the-less, congratulations to him, and his business. Good for him.

 

Concentrate on the customers, the money will be there.

Concentrate on the money, the customers won't be there.

A simple rule that most companies can't seem to grasp. 

 

His Google and Facebook reviews brought tears to our eyes. All about the customers. 

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Awesome!! Free advertising!! Hope he does well!

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2 hours ago, Birdgun Quail, SASS #63663 said:

I hate snow.

I like it....on calendars, Christmas cards, in magazines., but NOT on my streets, yards, parking lots, and especially  my roof.

 

I left Utah in 1970 to get out of snow.

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Good for him! Well done!

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4 hours ago, Waxahachie Kid #17017 L said:

What's snow? 

The only plows around here, are hooked on to the back of a tractor. 

Never-the-less, congratulations to him, and his business. Good for him.

 

Concentrate on the customers, the money will be there.

Concentrate on the money, the customers won't be there.

A simple rule that most companies can't seem to grasp. 

 

Snow is white gold to all the plow truck drivers . Allot of the people who own lawn care business get through the winter on snow removal 

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Outstanding free $1,000,000 TV ad. 
 

He seemed so relaxed and articulate.

Great TV presence. 
I bet they interview him every winter, if he keeps in touch with them.

 

Looks like a hardworking fine young man that loves his family.

 

Great job Dad.

 

 

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I just plowed snow for 18 hours. I'm over it. Lol

 

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:huh:Why are you gonna scrape it up into big piles ? 

 

It's just gonna melt in a couple of days anyhow.  All you're doing is making mud holes in folks' yards.:D

 

Just buy a gallon of milk and a loaf of bread and wait for it to melt like the sensible folks down South do.;)

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2 hours ago, Smuteye John SASS#24774 said:

:huh:Why are you gonna scrape it up into big piles ? 

 

It's just gonna melt in a couple of days anyhow.  All you're doing is making mud holes in folks' yards.:D

 

Just buy a gallon of milk and a loaf of bread and wait for it to melt like the sensible folks down South do.;)

Not many sensible folks here. Let's go for a drive and shopping during a snow emergency!  Duh!

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On 1/30/2021 at 6:50 PM, Forty Rod SASS 3935 said:

I like it....on calendars, Christmas cards, in magazines., but NOT on my streets, yards, parking lots, and especially  my roof.

 

I left Utah in 1970 to get out of snow.

So Forty, how did ya like the snow we got a few got a few days ago?

We got over a foot of it at my place in Pronghorn Ranch......it's still here but mostly melted as of today.

I left Illinois in 2000 to get away from snow, lot of good it did me. :angry:

You might have to move to Hawaii to get away from any snow here in the United States. :D

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3 hours ago, Michigan Slim said:

Not many sensible folks here. Let's go for a drive and shopping during a snow emergency!  Duh!

Shop?  Where? 

 

Every place is closed.

 

Better to be closed for a day than have half your employees end up in a ditch or the hospital.

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3 minutes ago, Smuteye John SASS#24774 said:

Shop?  Where? 

 

Every place is closed.

 

Better to be closed for a day than have half your employees end up in a ditch or the hospital.

Not much shut down here. The stupid was out in force. 

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Just now, Michigan Slim said:

Not much shut down here. The stupid was out in force. 

The Southern Method of dealing with snow is the only logical course.

 

Buy a gallon of milk, a loaf of bread and sit at home until it melts.

 

Around here, it will be back in the mid 60's and threatening to rain in a few days anyhow, so there's no need to get all worked up about snow being on the ground.

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Rain, ice then snow for Thursday here on top of 9" we got yesterday.

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1 hour ago, Smuteye John SASS#24774 said:

The Southern Method of dealing with snow is the only logical course.

 

Buy a gallon of milk, a loaf of bread and sit at home until it melts.

 

Around here, it will be back in the mid 60's and threatening to rain in a few days anyhow, so there's no need to get all worked up about snow being on the ground.

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2 hours ago, Michigan Slim said:

Rain, ice then snow for Thursday here on top of 9" we got yesterday.

Thursday?

 

We're forecasted for a high of 60 under partly cloudy skies.:rolleyes:  It's supposed to be 65 Friday and to set in raining again.

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6 hours ago, Arizona Gunfighter said:

So Forty, how did ya like the snow we got a few got a few days ago?

We got over a foot of it at my place in Pronghorn Ranch......it's still here but mostly melted as of today.

I left Illinois in 2000 to get away from snow, lot of good it did me. :angry:

You might have to move to Hawaii to get away from any snow here in the United States. :D

I think we got about 8" here.  Still a bunch of icy patches but nothing serious.  I have food and drink, my furnace an DVD work, and my dog loves to sit by me, so what else could I ask for?

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3 hours ago, Smuteye John SASS#24774 said:

Thursday?

 

We're forecasted for a high of 60 under partly cloudy skies.:rolleyes:  It's supposed to be 65 Friday and to set in raining again.

I bet your ice fishing sucks though! :lol:

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1 hour ago, Michigan Slim said:

I bet your ice fishing sucks though! :lol:

Slim, I have an question ice question.   Does ice caught ice fishing taste any different than the ice that's made in a home freezer? :huh:

 

 

Slim, you raised a fine son.  Best of luck to him and his business.

 

I hate snow.

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10 hours ago, Michigan Slim said:

I bet your ice fishing sucks though! :lol:

Don't know.  Lake Eufaula (I can be on the water there in just over an hour) hasn't froze thick enough to walk on in the last 10,000 or so years.;)

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