Kat Hayden, originally from Hoosick Falls, N.Y., has been with ClearSpan Fabric Structures for a year and a half. She attended Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Mass. and earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology. So Kat…
How often have you driven by a business with little or no signage and actually know the industry they’re in? Perhaps a better questions is how much business are they losing because they have no signage that makes them easily identifiable? For some, signage may not be an issue, but it does go a long way when it comes to brand recognition.
It’s Wednesday — the day before Thanksgiving! And for the first time since 1888, Thanksgiving Day will mark the first day of Hanukkah! Enjoy the dual celebrations while you can, because it is believed that this convergence will not happen again for over 79,000 years!
The winter season has already begun in several portions of the United States. But as Winter Storm Boreas embarks on the eastern sector of the country — in time for Thanksgiving travel — municipalities and landscaping businesses alike will be fueling up their fleet and stocking up on sand and salt to combat Jack Frost’s wrath on our neighborhood roads and interstates.
Submitted by: Kat Hayden, ClearSpan Truss Arch Specialist
Equine Affaire to me is like Christmas is to kids! This is by far my most favorite trade show that ClearSpan Fabric Structures does all year long. Ask anyone in the office and they will tell you how excited I get in the days leading up to the show. Now that I have been traveling to trade shows regularly for the last year, I have made friends with vendors who travel to the same show. I get excited to see them and do some shopping!! And of course my favorite thing; talk to horse people all day long. Read more
On the 11th day of the 11th month at the 11th hour, the men and women who serve our country – past, present, and future – are honored and saluted for their service and selfless acts that keep the rest of us at home, safe. We were part of this solemn tribute yesterday. Read more
Halloween is a great time to share ghost stories, visit haunted locations (whether fake or real) or dress up like a monster, villain or something totally ethereal. Just like those of you who work on the farm, the spirits who haunt the farms we are about to share with you, work every day of the year. Get ready for some spine-tingling, hair-raising tales of how normal farms became inhabited by the undead. Happy Halloween!
Horses are historically a famous part of many battles. As far back as historians have documented, horses have been an integral part of wars all over the world. Because they served so bravely alongside their soldiers, we wanted to pay tribute to some famous horses of war in today’s blog post.
Winter weather is always an issue for equestrians looking to keep themselves and their horses in shape all year long. Fabric structures are making it possible for more and more riders to keep competitive and active through the winter months. You first learned about them from our blog titled,” Think Outside the Barn”, but today’s post features specific information on our customers the Klodts and how a Hercules Truss Arch Building got them through the winter…