Handy Andy – It’s a First!

Tyler the Escape Artist coming to terms with reality.

Thinking Outside the Box

As a fencing company that prides ourselves in helping each of our customers meet their individual needs, we’ve come across many creative ways that our customers have installed their fencing. We thought we had seen it all, but one of our valued customers, Joe, proved us wrong.

After installing his Handy Andy fence, Joe came outside one day to find his furry friend, Tyler, on the wrong side of the fence. He had managed to wiggle his way through the space in between the pickets. Apparently Tyler is a bit of an escape artist.

Joe had to think outside the box to keep Tyler in the box. After some contemplation and a little ingenuity, Joe decided to slide his top rail down to the bottom. Tyler can no longer wiggle through the rails, and he is too short to make the leap over the lowered rail. This rendition of our Handy Andy fence gave us a little giggle when we first heard about it, but it turned out to be the perfect solution!

Feedback like this from our valued clients always brings a smile (and sometimes even a giggle) to our faces. Don’t hesitate to share photos of your fencing project to iwant2win@wambamfence.com for a chance to win a prize in our annual photo contest. You can check out the details at: https://wambamfence.com/page/photo-contest-45.html

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Vote for Your Favorite in the 2011 Photo Contest Entry!

Wow- we are overwhelmed with the response to our 2011 Photo Contest entry! We are so thankful to everyone for all their great entries. It was a very tough decision, but we have narrowed it down to the top 25 entries based on finished images, quality of the install, and creativity.

Now we need your help to vote for the winners! It’s really simple. Just go to our 2011 Photo Contest Contest Facebook photo album, click on the first photo, and click the arrow to scroll through the photos. “Like” your favorite entry. The winner is the entry with the most likes.

We encourage people to judge based on the final project, the quality of the pictures, and creativity.

If you want to comment on entries, go ahead and get creative!

There is some cash at stake:

1st place: $500 cash prize

2nd place: $250 cash prize

3rd place: $100 cash prize

Contest voting ends Monday, January 30, 2012. Happy voting!

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