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Snowfighters Institute launches new website

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The organization also announced the creation of the Attendee Endowment Funding program.

| October 31, 2012

The Snowfighters Institute is pleased to announce the launch of its new and improved website: www.snowfightersinstitute.com.

The new website contains information pertinent to those who are interested in attending upcoming events at the Institute or those offered by the Institute. Visitors can easily access information about Snowfighters Institute and its facilitators, along with a calendar outlining scheduled events, information on the events themselves, and sign up for our e-newsletters.  

Along with the new website, the Institute is proud to announce an endowment program that will be launched in conjunction with the website. 

“The Institute endeavors to advance the professionalism of a snow contractor’s service offering so as to become better at delivering risk management services through effective and efficient use of snow and ice management techniques” explains John Allin.

“The Attendee Endowment Funding program is designed to allow manufacturers and/or suppliers the opportunity to provide snow contractors the chance to attend Snowfighters Institute events,” says Allin.
 

Contractors will be able to apply for these endowments online.




 

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