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Appointment of new snow grooming sales representative for the Midwest states

In February, Prinoth announced the appointment of its new sales representative Robert “Bob” Wolf for the Midwest states. Wolf will be supported by Prinoth’s Gilmanton, N.H., distribution center and the company’s North American headquarters in Granby, Que.

With over 20 years of experience in industrial sales, Wolf comes to Prinoth with great knowledge of business development and customer account management. As a certified ski instructor, he also has a passion for winter sports.

Wolf previously worked for major companies based in the Midwest, and his competencies include strategic planning, marketing and administrative skills and sales team management. With Wolf joining the Prinoth team, all Midwest customers will feel a continued and dedicated focus in that region.

Supported by the sales and after-sales team of Prinoth’s Eastern U.S. office, Wolf will also collaborate with Midwest product representative Dustin Goins to provide a comprehensive approach to Prinoth’s Midwest customer base.

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The 53rd International Snowmobile Congress

The annual International Snowmobile Congress (ISC) is heading to Omaha, Neb., June 9-12, 2021, for its 53rd edition. Representatives from national, state and provincial snowmobile organizations form the International Snowmobile Council, which gather each year at ISC. The Council is dedicated to promoting safe and responsible snowmobiling. ISC provides a communication forum and a means of addressing issues that are common from an international perspective.


Why attend?

Snowmobiling is a significant recreation of choice and a major economic contributor throughout the 27 snow belt states, Canada, Scandinavia, and Russia. It’s estimated that snowmobiling contributes more than $30 billion of economic activity in North America alone.

The ISC is an event dedicated to the development of strategies with respect to the environment, conservation, access, education and accountability.


Meet the host

The Nebraska State Snowmobile Association (NSSA) is a nonprofit corporation that was formed in 1976, to unite Nebraska snowmobilers. NSSA works year-round to defend snowmobile owners against discriminatory legislation, regulations and undue taxes. NSSA promotes the growth of organized snowmobiling and stimulates and advances the safety and welfare of snowmobiles throughout Nebraska.

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