Open snowmobile trails don't make for good business

Heavy snows this week allowed Door and Kewaunee County snowmobile trails to open for the season.  Although, that's not paying off for those who sell and service snowmobiles.  David Simonar, the owner of Simonar Sports in Luxemburg, says the snow and colder weather have come just too late in the season.



David Simonar adds he hasn't seen customers who bought new snowmobiles last spring.  He says it's likely they're traveling up north to find better snow and trail conditions.

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