Keenan Husband and Mike White are just the guys to call for that backbreaking shovelling around town. They want to make cash...and they need snow.

Two strong guys and their trusty shovels ready to go

Two strong young men, full of energy and looking to make some extra dough have taken matters (and their shovels) into their own hands.

Two strong young men, full of energy and looking to make some extra dough have taken matters (and their shovels) into their own hands.  Mike White and Keenan Husband comprise “Strong Man Shovelling.”  Their little side business is a way for the ambitious duo to help out those who can’t keep up with the winter time snow on their own and need a helping hand (or those who just don’t want to).

White and Husband are both students at Princeton Secondary School.  They decided it was time to turn the inclement winter time weather into their home town advantage.  They are mobile and available to shovel driveways and walks after school and on weekends for anyone who needs it within town limits.  White grew up in Princeton and Husband moved to Princeton over three years ago.  Since then, the good friends have grown bigger and stronger and feel they are more than ready to take on the task of dealing with all that pesky snow that piles up each snowfall around town.

“We are really busy when it snows,” stated White, “ and when there is no new snow, we are still available to help out with other odd jobs.  One house we went to, we ended up stacking firewood.  We are just looking to make some cash and help people out at the same time.”

“We are more than willing to go anywhere in the community,” added Husband.  “Just give us a call and we can come to your home or business and clear your sidewalk, driveway or whatever.  We just want to work.”

Strong Man Shovelling is just two guys looking to make some money by using their youth and physical strength for some good old back breaking work.  They have their own shovels and own strong backs.  What more could they need?

To recruit Mike and Keenan for a snow job or something else call or text Mike at 250-293-6128 or text Keenan at 250-293-1122.


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