Where are you from? What do you do in the off season? Interests?. I'll start; I live in Riverside Connecticut. In the offseason I run a small landscaping business with about 10 customers. I'm also a junior firefighter at my local station. At high school, I'm involved in a robotics club, and also go to the shop after school to work on a kit car and custom build stuff.<p><br>Bryan<p>----------<br>The Snowplow Homepage<br>http://www.snowplow.web.com


LawnSite Bronze Member
I am from maine, but everyone knows that.<p>I work as a Utlity Contractor, where we build and maintain utility systems. Everything from sub stations to small trasmission systems.<p>Geoff<br>


I'm from Iowa. I plow in the winter as an addition to spreading aglime. In the summer we haul rock, dirt, sand and anything else that fit in the trucks. We also do dirt work with a Bobcat and sell landscapeing materials.


LawnSite Member
Clawson, Mi
I live in Michigan, Just north of Detroit. <br>I am an Electronics Validation Engineer for Daimler/Chrysler, Before that I was the Service manager and lead Technician at a small auto repair shop, I got into plowing when I was 17.<br>I’m also a pilot, A volunteer Firefighter, I stay busy.<br>


LawnSite Member
I'm from northcentral new hampshire. I live in a heavy snow area at a fairly high elevation. I have been involved in snow and ice management business for over 30 years. Initially in the urethane production side of the snow grooming machines built in Utah built by LMC, and in canada with Bombardier, in Italy with Primoth and in Germany with Kaselboro. My main business is polyurethanes and I am vice president of MTS in dover new hampshire. I do plow a little and my passion is rasing Belgian Draft horsesand keeping dino straight.......<p>enough said<p>vice


My name is Alan Nadeau, and I'm located just north of Burlington, Vermont in the town of Milton. About 30 miles from the Canadian border and on the shores of Lake Champlain. I like to think we're a pretty big fish in the plowing business locally, but that is only because it's a damn small pond. Summer work is mowing and seeding, along with landscape installation. I'd really like ro get away from the mowing. I have a long background in metal work and structural fabrication and tend to be a &quot;tinkerer&quot; so I build/modify a lot of my own equipment and trailers. Strictly a GM man as far as trucks go.


LawnSite Bronze Member
South East Conn.<br>Home Improvement in the off season and selling anything vinnie tells me to.<br>Dino<p>----------<br> Professional Ice and Snow Management <br>Products:Services:Equipment www.sima.org

n y snow pros

LawnSite Senior Member
We are are from Dutchess County N.Y. about 1.5 hours north of NYC.I started plowing and lawn maintenance 5 years ago and now we just plow. we have dropped our lawn maintenance and only plow commercial accounts.In our off season we do basically nothing but prep for our next winter season.<p>----------<br>J PARKER<br>914-485-4200

John DiMartino

LawnSite Silver Member
I am from Orange county NY,I run am the superintendant of maintance on a golf course in off season,use my summer workers to plow for me in winter if needed.I worked as tech for Chrysler corp. as well as GM for a time,they wanted me to drop plowing,I told them up front I needed any snow day off in winter .I still work on cars/trucks in winter when not plowing for extra money and to keep busy.I will be expanding into more commercial and letting go of the residential as I do,for financial reasons.<p>----------<br>John D<br>


LawnSite Member
South Eastern Ct. I'm in the Navy so I don't really have an off season. Got in to plowing when I was stationed up in Brunswick Me. about 10 years ago and kinda just stuck with it. <br>Ray