Anyone selling snow to the Inuit will always face a cold reception, however friendly your Eskimo clients are.
If you’re planning on visiting snow suppliers in the Himalayas or Siberia then you’re going to need to wrap up. If you go to the other end of the process and consider accompanying delivery of the product to the Eskimos in Alaska or Greenland, or if you just wish to pay them a visit to persuade them to up their orders of Tunguska Hypertonic, then you’re going to be facing some pretty low temperatures.
And let’s face it, there’s plenty of other places in between that can get quite chilly, like Basingstoke or Milton Keynes.
And this isn’t just a practical issue; in order to convince both suppliers and clients that you can handle the international snow trade you’ve got to look like you know how to handle the stuff and know what you’re talking about. So Bermuda shorts and flip-flops really won’t cut it.
So get yourself kitted out at either of our clothing stores:
For selling snow, or just to treat that special Eskimo in your life. From work work wear, to casual wear, to underwear and accessories, the Snowbrokers clothing stores can issue you with the regulation clothing for...