‘Wine, Beer & Bubbly’ Draws Equestrians To EquiSafe Headquarters

The EquiSafe International team of James Roberts, Aisling Zetterman and Tommy Hallander.

The winter season in Wellington is well underway, and the social calendars are filling up. On Feb. 11, the new EquiSafe International Headquarters was the place to be. The “Wine, Beer & Bubbly” mid-season mixer brought in many of Wellington’s elite, while showcasing the newly acquired building and the inspiring equestrian fencing products.

“The event was nothing short of a success,” said Tommy Hallander, founder and CEO of EquiSafe International. “We saw more than 150 guests throughout the evening, providing the perfect opportunity to not only show off our new headquarters, but to also intrigue our guests with everything our unique and safe equestrian fencing product offers. The experience was invaluable, and we are definitely planning to host this event every season.”

The event began at sundown, as guests were greeted by a mariachi band, and posed on the EquiSafe red carpet alongside two exquisite examples of EquiSafe International’s flagship safety fencing, complete with the firm’s proprietary LED lighting system.

“Weeks of meticulous planning and remarkable effort gave way to an absolutely memorable evening,” said James Roberts, EquiSafe International co-founder and CTO. “The same amount of dedication and attention to detail that goes into our products, went into this event.”

As attendees made their way into the heart of the party, they were greeted by Phillipa Davin, owner and creator of Phillipa Davin Fine Art Horse Photography. Party goers were also able to learn more about EquiSafe International’s official charity partner, Brooke USA, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the welfare of working horses, donkeys and mules around the world.

EquiSafe International ambassadors Margie Engle, Todd Minikus and Daniel Zetterman, whom all own EquiSafe themselves, were onsite for the evening, and spoke with guests about the product, and their own personal experiences with it.

“The installation was efficient, and the fencing looks great,” Engle said of her recent pathway fencing installation. “The LED is going to make the entire facility not only stand out, but also provide an additional level of security. We could not be happier with the entire process, from start to finish, and the product exceeds expectations.”

For more than 30 years, EquiSafe has led the evolution of equestrian fencing. EquiSafe focuses on durable, affordable and environmentally friendly products. Originally founded in Sweden, EquiSafe dominated the European market and is now available in the United States.

Find out more information at www.equisafeint.com or call (844) 831-5988. EquiSafe International is headquartered at 3280 Fairlane Farms Road in Wellington.