Lance Knaup, a salesman at Ryan Chevrolet, said the winter weather had given him plenty of chances to get acquainted with his fellow travellers the past few days.
"I've already had to push three people out and myself, I got pushed out twice already," Knaup
"Spring's only five months away."
can handle the cold, as evidenced by the fact that he
was digging into some ice cream at his
booth in Dakota Square Mall when most people would probably be sipping a hot chocolate.
It's the snow he
doesn't care for, because it makes everything wet and dirty and doesn't exactly present ideal conditions for customers to take a test drive in.
It was his
birthday on Thursday, so instead of going out for a bite to eat, Knaup
took advantage of the weather to watch some movies.
Although the weather kept him indoors on his
said it didn't stop a few die-hard customers from kicking the tires at Ryan Chevrolet
"If somebody comes in on a day like yesterday, or even today, they're pretty serious," Knaup
"It's just a little scary to go on a demo drive."
While the snow might keep most people off the lot, Knaup
said bringing some cars into the mall is a good way to let customers look in a more comfortable environment.
"That's why we do things like this, you know, get them out here," Knaup