The snow-ease

Harry, Lou
December 1996
Indiana Business Magazine;Dec96, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p48
Focuses on the Snow-Ease snow shovel product developed by Thorntown, Indiana-based Wilmarc. Features of the product; Benefits; Background to its development.


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