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Windsor Morning | Feb 21, 2014 | 7:09

Michigan Snow in Sochi

There isn't a lot of natural snow in Sochi, so when they won the right to host the Olympics, they went shopping for some manmade snow. They found plenty of it, thanks to a Michigan company. We spoke to Joe VanderKelen, president of SMI Snowmakers.

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