Hi All! We at Vidicom hope all our east cost friends have stayed warm and survived the great Juno storm and hope our west coast friends have been enjoying the warmth that we miss so dearly. This week at Vidicom we have been preparing for all our great tours coming up in February and of course...Valentine's Day! This week we hear from Jeffrey our Marketing intern who shares his Juno experience. Jeff....what's your forecast!?
Hi all...my names Jeff and I am Vidicom's marketing intern assisting in a variety of tasks and making sure all the tours run smoothly! As many of you know this week we were supposed to have a record breaking snow storm that was estimated at almost 2 feet of snow in NYC! Of course, just to be prepared I stocked up on all the storm essentials (water, canned goods, and a good 6 pack ;) ). Though we were not as affected as our other friends on the east cost, I wanted to share my experience! So, here I am at 8 PM on Monday night with my space themed onesie watching the snow, which at this point has slowed down. I see about an inch and they estimated 5+ at this point. At this point I assume that this snow storm is not all that it was cracked up to be in the NYC area.
We are now onto 10 PM and I am watching a movie in full burrito mode. For those who don't know what that means its when you completely wrap yourself in your favorite blanket and look like a small burrito (extra rice for me please.) So, out of the 2 feet we were supposed to get we got a total of 5 inches. This was still enough for us to work from home in order to stay safe. Since this was my first time doing this it felt funny to be making business calls and doing all my day-to-day activities from the comfort of my home and in my PJs!
I must say that we are lucky that we did not get it as bad as our other friends did across the east coast. We hope everyone was safe and sound!
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