Web Catch: Massachusetts man is selling snow – and making a profit


People all over Massachusetts are trying to figure out what to do with all the snow they've gotten this year, but one Boston-area man has it all figured out.

Kyle Waring is selling the record-setting snow – and making money off it. Boston.com calls it a "why-didn’t-I-think-of-this" and "wait-people-really-pay-for-that" business plan.

He ships 6 pounds of snow for "only $89" – including shipping – and it'll get to your door in 20 hours. Some snow is expected to melt, but there should be enough snow to make 10-15 snowballs, Waring told Boston.com.

And people are actually buying it.

If you're a Minnesotan wanting snow, you can buy it from Waring here.

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