When he spent in Seattle last year, a Idaho teenager drove his white truck Dodge Ram to the city.
Bet the teen, David Holston from Coeur, lenene, Idaho, not preparing Seattleites. Bet it right.
Holston put up his snow plow machinery and put an ad on Craigslist, cutting up to $ 750 per hour. By the time the snow was dried – and the money, he told other media outlets that he earned $ 35,000 in four days. Most of this was done by snow shoots and slash from a lot of business parking.
We texted with Holston on Tuesday to find out if he returned to Seattle because of the forecast. We wanted to know what he did with all that money.
Holston said that he bought a second truck and plow, and that he employs a person to drive the new vehicle, Chevy 1997, 2500.
For a return to Seattle, he is watching the weather forecast.
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Last year Holston added 12 days to 15 hours working with the snow.
"I'm getting calls every five minutes, so I can't answer them all," Holston said when we interviewed him and taking Walgreens parking lot forward in Burien. "I put them on the phone of the speakers and I talk to them as I plow."
The whole time we had to vibrate his phone was vibrating the lot. In the extreme Dodge Ram he guided the giant plow gently around a packed car park.