What Would Your Custom Snowman Look Like?

 

As much as everyone dreads a snowy-blizzard (except those pesky school-kids and their snow-days), everyone loves a snowman. What if you could build a snowman in the comfort of your toasty home or office? What if the Snowman didn’t have to adhere to the rules of physics, logic or reality?

Well pitch the mittens and forget about that corn-cob-pipe, because the PARTsolutions Intergalactic Snowman Configurator is here!

With more than 14.9 million possible configurations – the wacky snowman configurator can take you from mild to wild.

 

With more than 14.9 million possible configurations – the wacky snowman configurator can take you from mild to wild. Sure, you can build a “normal” white snowman with a smile and a top hat, but why not build a green robot snowman with deer-antlers and sideburns!

PARTsolutions Intergalactic Snowman Configurator is here! With more than 14.9 million possible configurations – the wacky snowman configurator can take you from mild to wild.

 

Think you have the wackiest snowman configuration of all? Follow the instructions below for a chance to have your snowman featured in our monthly newsletter!

  1. Click Download tab
  2. Enter your Name, Company and Email
  3. Next to: “Product Datasheet (PDF)” Click “Generate Datasheet”
  4. Email the PDF file to [email protected]  Subject: Snowman

PARTsolutions Intergalactic Snowman Configurator is here! With more than 14.9 million possible configurations – the wacky snowman configurator can take you from mild to wild.

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Adam Beck

Director of Marketing at CADENAS PARTsolutions | A graduate of the Richard Farmer School of Business Marketing at Miami University in Oxford Ohio, Adam has years of experience in marketing and design for a variety of industries. He enjoys many outlets for creativity including working on custom cars and guitars. He’s also a fan of Formula1 racing and the Cincinnati Bengals. Adam currently lives in Ohio with his wife Stephanie, daughter Nora and son Otto.