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Snowbear Forum

Discussion in 'Questions, Rules, Suggestions' started by wawuce, Jan 4, 2006.

  1. wawuce

    wawuce Member
    Messages: 32

    I was just wondering why they don't have a snowbear forum located in the industry forum section of this website? I think they should have one being that the snowsport plow has one. What do you guys and girls think?:confused:
     
  2. smegmaman

    smegmaman Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    go for it. Im happy with the bear!
     
  3. dunedog

    dunedog Senior Member
    Messages: 129

    see the 15 advertisers above ^

    you don't see SB......I think that has something to do with it too !:rolleyes:
     
  4. Frozen001

    Frozen001 Senior Member
    from Rome NY
    Messages: 908

    You took the words right out of my mouth...

    And if you notice the snowsport does not have a lot of activity...

    I think the non-commercial section is good enough... You have to remember this sight is supposed to be geared more toward commercial plowing...
     
  5. dunedog

    dunedog Senior Member
    Messages: 129

    Frozen , I have to agree with you.
    I do think that there are a few of us (SB users) that are interested in innovations and such,that watch closely enough that info does'nt fall through the cracks,....BUT not so many that we need a forum.

    Well not yet:cool: purplebou but you never know..........

    It is something that is Sean or the admin/moderators call also....:salute:
     
  6. smegmaman

    smegmaman Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    I think it would be more than appropriate to have a snowbear niche set up. It would be helpful for others to hear and learn from actual snowbear users-experience is the best teacher.
     
  7. dlcs

    dlcs 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,149


    You don't get it. In order to have a separate forum, the company must sponsor this site. Since Snow Bear is not a commercial plow and this site is for commercial contractors, you probably will not see them sponsor this site.:rolleyes:
     
  8. bobingardner

    bobingardner Senior Member
    Messages: 136

    I think a snowbear forum would make the site a little cleaner and benefit what appears to be a sizable number of members. I don't own a snowbear but enjoy reading posts by snowbear owners, just like I enjoy reading about the Blizzards, Westerns, Meyer and other plows.

    The plow is going to be discussed regardless of whether or not Snow Bear is a sponsor. May as well give them a "home" of their own. Besides every visitor to this site is potential customer for the sponsors.
     
  9. Sean Adams

    Sean Adams Member
    Messages: 40

    I don't know if we have discussed sponsorship with SnowBear or not, but the members who mentioned it above are correct - if they are not a sponsor we do not have a dedicated forum for that company
     
  10. smegmaman

    smegmaman Junior Member
    Messages: 7

    Thanks for the input. However, if this site were exclusively for commercial interests only, why does it have a clearly labeled forum called "Non-Commercial Snow Removal?"

    I do not have an MBA, but I would imagine more traffic from both professional and non professional interests would benefit both parties and manufactures in the long run. Why exclude anyone- after all, the snow doesnt care who's pushing it around anyway-lol.
     
  11. dunedog

    dunedog Senior Member
    Messages: 129


    It's not so much that this is a commercial site. (Snowsport certainly isn't)

    as this is a site to help people with questions about snow plowing.
    And yes,while I agree the majority of people here are commercial ,there are those of us helping those new to plowing on a personal level, where cost and vehicle do make a difference.

    SB also being a Canadian company may have something to do with their ability to advertise in this country ?

    And I know this has been stated a zillion times but this is still 'the Non-commercial forum' section of Plowsite.

    I'm glad that Sean gives us this access to post,read and learn. Enough said ...:waving: