Closers Driving Miatas In The Middle Of Snowstorms Is A Fad That Should Never Go Away

There are very few things I love in life. But growing up in a northern state that received its fair share of lake effect snow and Alberta Clippers, snow is most definitely something that tops that list. And when we were being pummeled by polar vortexes? My father would drive me around the scenic parts of our hometown in his 1991 Mazda Miata with the top down. We’d cruise by the lake, window shop for houses, and do what any normal father and son do: bond.

But when those worlds collide, you create an intoxicating cocktail of awesomeness. Lately, we’ve received and viewed an influx of businessmen driving their Mazda Miatas through snowstorms anywhere from Russia to Cleveland. After all, business is a universal language.

On the way to steal your girl. #miatamonday

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The only forecast this guy cares about has to do with markets.

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When the weather is snow flurries with a 100% chance of business. #ClosersClose

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There’s no word yet on whether or not these three are listening to “Power Of Love” by Huey Lewis and The News, but you’d have to think they at least have it on one of the CDs in their 8-compact discs that remain on shuffle and can only be changed out through the CD changer in the trunk.

What have we learned today? Closers don’t take snow days. So I ask, do you?

If you or your friends spot a high-level executive driving his convertible through the snow with the top down, please do not refrain from forwarding it along to us.

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Will deFries (Twitter / Instagram) is a Senior Writer at Grandex and the world's foremost authority on Sunday Scaries (Twitter / Instagram). Email me at

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