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Off-Season Mock Snow Storm Training for Serious Snow Pros
As you know, snow and ice management has become a year-round business. In other words, there really is no “off-season.” Instead, there are important tasks to be accomplished in each of our four seasons. During the summer season, one of the recommended tasks is to begin holding mock storm training sessions. This is an excellent way for those involved in snow operations to learn how to make better decisions during snow events without the risk of making a serious mistake during an actual storm.
Winter Ready Yet?
If you’re frustrated with equipment shortages, late client contracts, recruiting challenges, increased supply costs, finding insurance coverage, broken technology, or daunting pre-season checklists, you’re probably a Snowfighter realizing that winter work just isn’t as easy as it used to be. There is a way to put an end to headaches, but it comes with a catch. My number one rule for snow planning is….
What Did I Miss?
Last week, the Snowfighters Institute held its popular Forum for Sales event at the SnowEx world headquarters in Michigan. If you were unable to attend, you will not want to miss our fall event, Grounds & Institutional Management, focused on snow operations, site engineering, equipment planning, and event management. Registration is open and this event will sell out. To assist you in making a decision on whether to attend, consider what you missed if you did not attend Forum for Sales last week...
In The Flesh
It’s finally time. After more than a year, in-person networking and educational events are coming back. I personally can’t wait to see old friends and new colleagues face-to-face, to dive into real education, and to enjoy after-hours networking over dinner or at a bar. Here are the industry events I’m most excited about attending: