I spent Friday afternoon and Saturday morning shoveling the Yale Warehouse in Mansfield. It's about 89,000 square feet, so it is not that easy. But there are lessons in the snow.
1. Had 20 volunteers to help. I am lucky insofar as we have been able to attract some really decent character people. Then again, I have zero prayer in delivering great customer service without great people.
2. Titan Rigging rules. If you live in Boston, these guys can crane anything in seemingly the most dangerous places.
3. Have a dryer with a sneaker rack. You can place your soaked footware in the dryer without the sneakers "kicking" the dryer open in the spin or creating a deafening noise.