Unique, stormproof fencing franchise, ColourFence, will feature at the BBC’s Countryfile Live in Oxford and York.
Countryfile Live is the perfect venue to showcase ColourFence’s ground-breaking weatherproof fence. But while consumers might be flocking to the show to see the products for themselves, it also presents a fantastic opportunity for prospective new franchisees to learn more about this one-of-a-kind business.
ColourFence’s Franchise Development Manager, Steve Tarbard, says: “We’re very excited to be a part of such a huge event like this. Countryfile’s audience is heavily made up from the type of people who buy ColourFence, so we expect to see a lot of demand for our products while we’re there. But we’re also more than happy to discuss franchise openings throughout the UK too, and urge potential franchisees to visit us while we are there”
The popular BBC programme is hosting two live events in the summer, where eager gardeners and homeowners will celebrate country living at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire from 1st to 4th August, and again, two weeks later, at Castle Howard in York from 15th to 18th August.
On hand to explain what makes ColourFence such a unique and special product will be staff from the company’s factory in South Wales, including Steve Tarbard, as well as lots of existing franchisees from across the country.
There has never been a better time to join ColourFence, with stong demand for the company’s ‘fit-and-forget’, stormproof fencing system. In fact, this spring, a husband-and-wife franchisee team sold an incredible £112,000 of ColourFence products in just one month.
ColourFence is recruiting new franchisees nationwide and encourages interested parties to attend a Discovery Day at its factory in Newport, South Wales. As a management franchise opportunity, investors won’t be required to install the fences themselves nor is any previous industry experience required.