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  • Dave Hohman

    September 22, 2016 #1 Author

    Hi Bill,

    We spoke awhile ago regarding wholesaling your books. We are a wholesaler of snowmobile related books and would like to carry your books if possible. If interested, please feel free to contact me at EnthusiastBooks. My email is info@iconobooks..com. Tele# 715-3819755.
    Regards,
    Dave Hohman

  • dominique miniot

    October 20, 2016 #2 Author

    good afternoon i subscribe on the 17 off september this year but i deadn t receive the october issue just the november one ? thank you

  • Robbie Meulemans

    October 23, 2016 #3 Author

    I was inquiring about seeing if any editors at your magazine would want to do a new arcticle on my US International Patent Bigstudz? Also I wanted to see about advertising through Snow Tech.

  • mike d

    March 13, 2017 #4 Author

    howcan i ask a question to ralphy on the net ? thanks

  • Snowtech

    March 13, 2017 #5 Author

    Hi Mike – Email us the question to snowtech@snowtechmagazine.com. Just put “Dear Ralph” as the subject. Thanks!

  • Dave Rotroff

    March 19, 2017 #6 Author

    As a occasional rider and living in SW Ohio I travel to the Benzie Manistee area of Michigan to ride. Being a non-owner of a sled I travel about 8 hours to ride. I do enjoy your magazine even though I don’t know a helix from a rail extension. That said, I found the article on the Editor’s Page in the spring issue to be very interesting. I think that a lot of the careless riders that are referenced in the article see only vast expanses of untouched snow not realizing that under the cover of that snow may lie any number of crops. Many crops such as beets, lettuce and winter wheat to name a few, are planted in late summer and fall. I’m not a farmer but logic tells me that tons of sleds and riders crossing over those crops certainly has to be detrimental to those crops. Maybe if this fact was known to the careless riders that the article was aimed at there would be less trespassing. Thanks. Dave Rotroff.

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