Rio Grande Fence Co. of Nashville is inviting requests and ideas to aid a local nonprofit in greater Nashville for RGF’s annual Good Friday Service Project. Each year, Rio Grande Fence Co. selects a local project and provides all materials and installation of a new, commercial-grade fence at no cost to a deserving organization. If old, deteriorated fence needs to be torn out, RGF will include the removal as well. For 2018, Rio Grande Fence Co. is again inviting requests from the public for the selection process.
Preliminary site work can begin as soon as Monday, March 26, and 100 percent of Rio Grande Fence Co.’s employees will be on site to complete the installation on Friday, March 30. Ideal projects could include any facility or location needing a perimeter security and peace-of-mind upgrade installed by The Commercial Fence Professionals™. Rio Grande Fence Co. will consider all suitable submissions until Friday, March 2, at 4:30 p.m. The project recipient award announcement will be made at instagram.com/rgfence on Tuesday, March 6.
In 2017, Rio Grande Fence Co. of Nashville donated a 494-linear foot five-foot-high chain link fence installation and 50-foot custom-logoed fence screen at the recess area of Metro Nashville Public Schools’ Cora Howe School, which serves students whose learning differences are so significant they cannot learn effectively within the context of a less-restrictive environment. A video of the project can be viewed at https://vimeo.com/213721224.