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Bought a Snowblower, and Then it Doesn’t Snow? Toro Has You Covered

by Paul Strauss
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It’s still sunny and warm here in Chicago, but Winter is only a few months off if you can believe it. If you live somewhere that it snows occasionally, but don’t want to spend money on a snowblower for fear that it won’t actually snow this season? We’ll thanks to Toro, you can buy with confidence this Fall.

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The lawn and garden tool maker is offering a special guarantee this year. If you buy a Toro snowblower between now and November 15, 2013 – and it snows less than 10 percent of your area’s average snowfall between October 1, 2013 and April 30, 2014 – you’ll get your money back. Plus, you still get to keep the snowblower. Should it snow less than 50 percent of your area’s average, you’ll get a 10 percent refund of the purchase price. Not a bad deal, I say.

Head on over to Toro’s S’No Risk website for more details, and to look up the historical snowfall averages for your zipcode and to register your snowblower.



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