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Snowmobile Business Shines During Holiday Season

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A long holiday break and a steady base of snow creates the perfect storm for tourism in Northern Michigan.

Resorts and restaurants that rely on the snowmobile industry have seen quite a spike in business compared to last year's dry, mild winter.

Coyote Crossing in Wexford County says the week between Christmas and New Year's Day is the unofficial kick off to snowmobile season and so far this year has outpaced expectations.

Because New Year's and Christmas landed mid-week making for busy weeks and weekends.

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