New Snowie Bus Financing Options


April 28th 2015

snowie_bus-express-cutout-croppedThere is no question that one of the most eye catching stands we have is the Snowie Shaved Ice Bus. Whenever someone sees a bus at an event, at our warehouse, or a trade show, their first reaction is very similar to those who have seen it before, “Wow, pictures do not do this truck justice. This bus is amazing!”

It truly is a jaw dropping experience to see the Snowie Bus for the first time. This reaction also makes it one of the most sought after shaved ice stands available.

We are always looking for better ways to finance and make it easier for people to get into doing business for themselves. Today, we are excited to offer you a brand new opportunity to finance the Snowie Bus!

I obviously cannot quote you the exact down payment needed, nor can I give you the exact percentage rate for your loan, but they gave me some very good numbers that should give you a good ballpark as to where you may stand in obtaining the Snowie Bus.  Please note that these numbers do not apply to the rest of our stands, ice shavers, shaved ice machines, etc.  This specific program is only for the Snowie Bus itself.

*This program is also only for brand new vehicles. If you are looking for a used vehicle, this does not apply.  

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Here are the numbers:

Down Payment: $10,000 – $30,000

Percentage Rate: 5.74% – 8.99%

This, of course, is On Approved Credit. These are some pretty exciting numbers that we wanted to make you aware of.  We have already sold a number of busses this year that fall within that rate.

For more information, please contact:

Jeff Campbell
Murdock Chevrolet

2375 S. 625 W.
Woods Cross, UT. 84087


8 thoughts on “New Snowie Bus Financing Options

  1. Art Lopez says:

    Whats is the number of years that we can expect to finance? Are there any programs for less than perfect credit? How much can we anticipate insurance to cost during the finance period and will it remain the same after it is paid off? Any guesstimates on tax and licensing and permits?



    • Aaron Rupp
      Aaron says:


      Thank you for your questions, and I am sorry for the delay in my response. You may have been responded to directly, but I wanted to respond here on the website as well. Your finance questions really need to be directed at one of our 3rd party financing companies. We really cannot answer them because we do not control that, and these loans are completely different from one person to the next. I am going to go through your question and put some figures to them. Right now, off the top of my head, I do not know those costs enough to put them here. Please look for a reply here shortly. – Thanks

  2. David says:

    credit score over 800, with 10,000 down ? What year options does one have and idea of payments.
    david ortiz

    • Aaron Rupp
      Aaron Rupp says:


      I know this response is long overdue, and I am hoping that you were responded to earlier. Most of the Busses that we have in stock are 2015/2016. We may have a few older models, but I would need to verify that.

      As far as financing goes, I will not be able to answer that question for you. Please speak with our financing partners and they can help you with those figures. You can find them here:

      Thank you,

      – Aaron

  3. Jenn says:

    These numbers are from 2015……..are they still accurate or have they changed? I have a credit score of over 800 do any of your financing companies offer 100% financing?

    • Aaron Rupp
      Aaron Rupp says:


      We are actually scheduled to do a new webinar on our financing options because these items have changed. The best option for you to get current information would be for you to contact our financing partners. You can find them here on our financing page:

      Please let me know if you have any additional questions,

      – Aaron

  4. Daphne says:

    If I am looking to pursue a Snowie Business Opportunity what time frame would be ideal for me to actually start seriously inquiring? I am very interested but fall is upon us and I’m in GA and I don’t want to start too early, but I would like to have a Snowie Bus and in business by April of 2017 (given all the financing goes well.

    • Aaron Rupp
      Aaron Rupp says:

      I would say the best time to get things rolling is right now. I will say that we have a Summit coming up in February. That would be a very good thing for you to attend if you can work that into your schedule. Then you can see and use all of the equipment in person. However, by the time February comes around, people have already laid claim on busses that are being manufactured. So to insure you receive one by April, I would get on that list asap.

      Please let me know if you have any further questions,

      – Aaron

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