FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — Jordan Bobay loves to see slick driving conditions and heavy snow.
It means Bobay can go to work, and make some money.
"Any weather we can get out and deploy our fleet and bring in revenue is positive as far as business goes," says Bobay, owner of Lawnstars Landscaping.
Bobay started his own company six years ago, and from there his business grew.
This year, the small amount of snowfall has made the snow plowing business tough, but Bobay likes to look at the positives.
"I think it's up to each company to not be one-dimensional. Myself, I'm optimistic when it comes to no snow," he says.
Bobay says the company so far has made half of 2019's winter-season profit, and hopes for one more push before the season is over.