Toro Snow Blower
- 24-Inch wide clearing path with a 20-inch Intake height
- Powerful 950 snow series 208cc engine for 9.5-foot-pounds of torque
- Friction disk drive system and equipped with an electric start for effortless starting
Annual fundraiser coming up next monthMarch 9, 2018 - Beatrice Daily Sun
So far, we have a signed full-size Scott Frost football helmet, a signed Scott Frost football, a signed Jake Diekman jersey, Husker football tickets, Husker volleyball tickets, a stay at a mountain home near Grand Lake, Colo., five nights at a condo in...
Stutheit ImplementMarch 8, 2018 - Lincoln Journal Star
is a family owned and operated John Deere dealership that has been serving southeast Nebraska since January, 1966. was founded by Wayne F. Stutheit and now owned and operated by Stan Stutheit. Come visit us at our...
Toro SnowMaster QXE 724 Snow Blower in Action Performance Test Review
Toro SnowMaster QXE 724 Snow Blower in Action and Performance Test Review.
Toro ZE 518 Electric start power Gas snow blower
Toro ZE 518 Electric start power clear Gas snow blower 2nd time I start it in the last 4 days.
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The Strategy and Tactics of PricingRoutledge. 2017
The Strategy and Tactics of Pricing explains how to manage markets strategically and how to grow more profitably. Rather than calculating prices to cover costs or achieve sales goals, students will learn to make strategic pricing decisions that proactively manage customer perceptions of value, motivate purchasing decisions, and shift demand curves. This edition features a new discussion on harnessing concepts from behavioral economics as well as a more streamlined "value cascade" structure to the topics. Readers will also benefit from: Major revisions to almost half of the chapters, including an expanded discussion of big data analytics and a revised chapter on "Specialized Strategies", which addresses timely technical issues like foreign exchange risks, reactions to market slumps, and...
Human Being SongsUniversity of Alaska Press. 2017
The public image of Alaska for those who live elsewhere tends to be bound up with the outdoors. But while that’s not necessarily false, it’s a far from complete picture. This collection of stories shows us what we’re missing: set in Alaska’s cities and suburbs, homes and back roads, cars and kitchens and bedrooms, it offers not tales of adventures, but quietly powerful psychological dramas, introspective explorations of the private triumphs and failures of personal life played out in an extraordinary place. Jean Anderson delicately balances the lyrical and the experimental to tell the stories of hardworking Alaskans—teachers, laborers, dental hygienists, artists—worrying over fairness and equity and meaning, falling in and out of love, and pondering elusive, long-dreamed-of goals....