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Toronto-based Eden, a company that delivers snow removal and landscaping services through a mobile app, picked Philly as one of the first five cities for its U.S. expansion, which is happening, er, as soon as it starts snowing.
— Eden (@edenapp) November 8, 2016
Though there are no full-time staffers on the ground here in Philly, Eden has reportedly signed on 100 contractors to go around the Philly neighborhoods clearing people’s driveways.
The five chosen cities (Philly, Boston, Chicago, Milwaukee and Minneapolis) were tapped based on weather forecasts and existing partnerships with contractors, Eden CEO Ben Zlotnick said in a press release.
Zlotnick also said in an email that a two-car driveway will run you about $40.-30-
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