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Here we are in Chicago.. And only 1 plowable snowfall!!! Hoping this season goes out like a Lion!!!! New truck, new plow pump, all set with no snow to plow!!!:burnout
 

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This is crazy. I got to only plow once to. For where we live, we should of had at LEAST 5 plowable events already. This year is has got to be the worste ever. I need to make some money. I also live in the chicagoland area. This sucks!
 

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Think positive!

I feel "below average" snow in any given season brings with it very LARGE opportunity.

If a company cant make it through the lean times or has not created a company plan/strategy based on these "below average" snow seasons which have been very common here (did you see it coming??) I continually find very good deals on snow equipment and of course new customers that speak of "the contractor that can not be found"???

Lean snow years = fantastic opportunity!

You need to create your own door(blow a hole through the wall......NOW) if opportunity has not knocked!

ChicagoSnow
 

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ChicagoSnow said:
Think positive!

I feel "below average" snow in any given season brings with it very LARGE opportunity.

If a company cant make it through the lean times or has not created a company plan/strategy based on these "below average" snow seasons which have been very common here (did you see it coming??) I continually find very good deals on snow equipment and of course new customers that speak of "the contractor that can not be found"???

Lean snow years = fantastic opportunity!

You need to create your own door(blow a hole through the wall......NOW) if opportunity has not knocked!

ChicagoSnow
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This can't be expressed more.

All snow for me is a bonus, I do not count on it ever *. (*with the exception of this season I had to due to the substantial investment I made this year. I really wanted to recoupe the investement in snow work)

With that * being said, and all the "new/newer" plows I have seen on ebay, this year will certainlly make for a healthy customer base next season.
 

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Joe

I agree with you 100%. If this year ends the same way it started, there will be alot of opportunities come spring time for new clients.:D

Chuck B.
 
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