The random drawing to select the winner of the Horizon Structures Run-In Shed Giveaway contest was held at Boyd and Silva Martin’s Windurra Farm, PA, on November 19th, 2018. The event was published live on Facebook on the EQUUS magazine and Horizon Structures page.
The run-in shed contest was open nationwide and ran across the AIM media platform September/October 2018. Entrants were asked to complete a short essay that explained their need for the prize, from which 15 finalists were selected. An alternate cash prize was available, should the entrant live too far afield for delivery of the shed to be feasible.
Phillip Dutton drew the winning ticket from the final 15 from what else, Boyd’s riding helmet! Horizon Structures is happy to announce Ashley Nelms as the winner of their sturdy 10x 20 run-in shed and it will be customized and delivered shortly to her facility.
Ashley Nelms is not only an avid equestrian and horse trainer, but also founded and runs Flare Oaks Rescue, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization for farm animals in Harnett County, North Carolina. The run-in shed will be put to good use, as a stick built run-in shed constructed on her property in August 2018 by a local contractor, had blown down on day one of Hurricane Florence.
“I am super excited about this prize. It will be used to shelter our minis, donkeys and a mustang horse. These animals have lived a life hard enough, and knowing they will have a strong shelter that is 100% safe and secure is a great feeling. My sincere thanks to Horizon Structures,” said Nelms.
Horizon Structures owner Dave Zook, was also on hand at the event and assured all the folks that took the time to enter, there are more good things to come:
“We all know that everyone can’t win but we won’t leave you out in the cold. Thank-you for participating and please check in with us on our Facebook page and website to see what other cool offers we have for you.”
A full feature article will be published at the Horizon Structures website once the run-in shed is customized and delivered. Stay tuned!
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Horizon Structures Inc., Atglen PA – Modular horse barn and indoor riding arena specialists. Horizon Structures also offers both residential and commercial kennels, coops, multi-use structures and playsets. Please visit https://www.HorizonStructures.com to learn more.
About Horizon Structures: One horse or twenty, there's one thing all horse owners have in common...the need to provide safe and secure shelter for their equine partners. At Horizon Structures, we combine expert craftsmanship, top-of-the-line materials and smart "horse-friendly" design to create a full line of sheds and barns that any horse owner can feel confident is the right choice for their horses' stabling needs.
All wood. Amish Made. Most of our buildings are shipped 100% pre-built and ready for same-day use. Larger barns are a modular construction and can be ready for your horses in less than a week. All our barn packages include everything you need -
Horizon Structures also sells indoor riding arenas, chicken coops, dog kennels, 1 and 2 car garages, storage sheds and outdoor living structures.
Headquartered in South-Central Pennsylvania, Horizon Structures, LLC is owned by Dave Zook. Dave was raised in the Amish tradition and grew up working in the family-owned shed business. He started Horizon Structures in 2001 in response to an ever-increasing customer demand for high quality, affordable horse barns.
For additional information about the company or their product line, please visit their website at https://www.horizonstructures.com to learn more.
Horizon Structures LLC, Atglen, PA
Tel: 888 447 4337
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