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- SnowCare for Troops Program Returns. // Power Equipment Trade;Nov2013, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p6
The article presents information on Project EverGreen's SnowCare for Troops (SCFT) project, held by snow removal equipment manufacturer Boss Snowplow, in which active-duty military families are deployed for snow removal services during the winter season in the U.S.
- THE BOSS Snowplow sponsors second year of SnowCare for troops and military families. Brock, Ed // Government Product News;Sep2011, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p36
The article reports on the sponsorship of Iron Mountain, Michigan-based snowplow manufacturer BOSS Snowplow to Project EverGreen's SnowCare for Troops program, which is dedicated to offer free snow removal services for military families with a family member of spouse serving in the armed forces.
- The cold war that Moscow always manages to win. Peterson, Scott // Christian Science Monitor;1/24/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 41, p7
Discusses the efforts of officials in Moscow, Russia to remove snow and icicles from streets and buildings, due to risk of injury.
- Nothing but a snow job. Keys Jr., E. Theodore // Internal Auditor;Apr97, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p80
Deals with the transportation company's contract that provides the snow removal efforts by employees would be paid at an overtime rate, even if performed during employees' regular shifts. How the internal auditor found that the city used only one operator per snow removal apparatus and did not...
- Be serious about snow business. McIver, Terry // Landscape Management;Sep96, Vol. 35 Issue 9, pSR6
Presents tips on how to have a profitable snow removal business in the United States. Competitors of landscapers who offer snow removal; Role of liability insurance in the snow plowing industry; Equipment used by Mike Trigg, superintendent of parks for Waukegan, Illinois; Accounts of landscaper...
- A sample contract for snow plowing. // Landscape Management;Sep96, Vol. 35 Issue 9, pSR12
Presents a sample contract for snow plowing in the United States. Need to describe the areas covered by the contract; Presumption concerning the knowledge of the owner of the scope of his property; Other terms and conditions which can be incorporated in the contract.
- When the snow flies, be a good neighbor. Allin, John // Landscape Management;Oct96, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p20
Offers tips for snow removal on landscaped sites. Problems for snow plowing operation; Friendly competition with other snow plow truck operators. INSET: New snow and ice management assn. needs members..
- Snow removal: Brisk, always profitable. Conners, Sharon // Landscape Management;Sep97, Vol. 36 Issue 9, pSR2
Focuses on the snow removal business in the United States. Opportunity; Pricing; Demands of snowplowing; Mistakes to avoid; Selection of equipment and deicing chemicals; Types of contracts; Drawbacks of residential snowplowing. INSETS: Watching weather is easy, by S.C.;So the price is right..,...
- Our city's snow removal workers are doing a fine job and deserve a vote of thanks. // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;1/29/96, Vol. 25 Issue 31, p18
Praises the efforts of snow removal workers in Salt Lake City, Utah.