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Fence In A Bag Launches IndieGoGo Campaign to Bring Product to the Masses

Gold Medalist Inventor creates the first temporary fence that can be used anywhere

Hamilton, Canada - August 30, 2016 - Gold medalist winner in the 2014 Inventors Expo in Pittsburgh, Derrick Wyss, launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise $15,000 to release his latest invention – Fence In A Bag. After 4 patents and 2 prototypes, Wyss is ready to launch this innovative solution to the masses, but he needs to get one final piece. The final prototype needs an alternative base that allows the poles to stand on the hard ground and alternate fabric that allows the wind to pass through.  

Fence in a Bag is the perfect solution for parents, dog owners or anyone that would need a portable fence, banner or shade. The product comes with 40 feet of fabric that measures 4 feet high, grommets that are located one foot apart, 5 telescopic poles and a carrying bag. People can use it while they’re camping to build a temporary fence to keep their dog in. Users can also build the fence to create some security for their family at the park while they’re picnicking. It can be used as a banner to announce upcoming events or to sell unwanted items. Makes a great privacy barrier for gyms or shops set up in a garage. It keeps animals out of your garden and protects it from frost. Great for businesses to display their banner at outdoor events. This convenient and easy to carry item is a multi-purpose product that everyone needs! 

Visit the IndieGoGo campaign to learn more about Fence In A Bag. Click here to make a contribution. Backers can choose from a number of attractive rewards. Perks will be delivered by November 2016.  

This is an incredible opportunity to be a part of a special project! Help the campaign reach its goal by sharing this on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. The more people know about this, the more support the campaign will receive.


Media Contact
Company Name: Fence In A Bag
Contact Person: Derrick Wyss
Phone: 416-435-8540
Country: Canada

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