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We would like to issue an apology to all our Inuit customers who are currently awaiting their snow orders. People who have seen the recent headlines regarding the very unfortunate and catastrophic events over at our snow processing plant at Allington Point will realise that the company is going through a turbulent period of unplanned change.
At the moment, we are not sure where any of our staff are and are very concerned to hear that some may have met with unfortunate accidents. We are unable to comment on this matter until all the facts have come to light.
Though we are deeply shocked by the alleged incidents that may have taken place, the international snow trade must continue and so we solicit the help of any willing volunteers willing to assist in helping us to continue selling snow to the Eskimos.
By exploring this site you can help by finding out more about the recent events that have befallen Snowbrokers.com and also learn how to become a snowbroker in order to help the fledgling snow industry.
In the company section you’ll find a history of snowbrokers.com along with a document archive with minutes of all the company’s key meetings. There is also a glossary page to demystify some of the industry jargon and a clothing shop with regulation issue clothing for the snow industry and more relaxed casual wear for the rest of the time, so you can look the part at both work and play.
In the technology section, see demos to explain the impressive kit we use to store, transport and deliver snow across the globe.
If you have a few moments, could we ask you to help us to rebuild the global Eskimo snow sales industry by spreading word of our plight on Twitter, Facebook, Stumbleupon, Digg or whatever social network below floats your boat. Thank you.