Suddenstrike Fencing is featured in the August/September edition (issue 195) of Fencing & Landscaping News (www.fencing-news.co.uk). The article is profiling our recent success at Nantwich Agricultural Show.
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SUDDENSTRIKE FENCING MAKE A STAND
Suddenstrike Fencing based in Nantwich Cheshire had a very successful day at the Nantwich Agricultural Show recently.
Nantwich Show is Promoted as the largest one day agricultural show in the country, Suddenstrike Fencing opted to showcase their business with a stand that proved very successful with visitors and judges.
Suddenstrike Fencing MD Steve Wilkinson commented: “We put a lot of hard work, effort and attention to detail, to showcase our business and to make the stand as effective as possible. This was appreciated by the judges who awarded us first prize for the best large agricultural stand and its contents.”
“One of the main attractions on the stand was our Bryce HD180, visitors to the stand were interested in the engineering and the unique capabilities of this machine.”
“We also held a competition to guess the weight of the machine and raised £500.00 for our local charity St Lukes Hospice.”
“Our ProFencer was also an attraction on the stand. Customers didn’t realise that you could safely and efficiently unroll and tighten 500m rolls of wire.”
“I would like to thank Jock Bryce for the Bryce HD180, Allan Froggatt for the ProFencer, Tornado Wire, M&M Timber, Hampton Steel, Hales Sawmills, McVeigh Parker and Hutton Garden Products. Along with our efforts, it was the quality of the products that we purchase from these suppliers that made the day possible. I would like to thank them all for their continued support,” added Steve.
Cheshire CW5 6DG
Written by Ben Walton, Fencing and Landscaping News. 12th September 2014