July 31 2015 0Comment

Dakota Unlimited Completes is 25,000th Fence Project

The family-owned business to celebrate with customers and employees

Rosemount, Minn. (July 30, 2015)— Dakota Unlimited, a premier fence builder for more than 30 years, announces today it will complete its 25,000th fence project. The milestone project will be completed at the home of Dennis and Janice Larson in Hastings, Minnesota on Thursday, July 30th, 2015.

“As a family-owned business, we need to celebrate and say ‘thank you’ to both our customers and our employees,” said Tom Engelmeier, co-owner of Dakota Unlimited.  “We’re blessed to have survived the ups and downs over the years and couldn’t have done it without our skilled professionals and their commitment to our customers.”

The project is a high point for salesman Rick Fischer as well.  Since starting with Dakota Unlimited over the last 18 years ago, this project is marked as his 3,500th project to be completed.

To celebrate, Dakota Unlimited’s owner, Tom Engelmeier, along with the crew, will arrive at the couple’s home with balloons and gifts in hand. The unsuspecting couple has hired Dakota Unlimited to install a 137-foot, white PVC fence to contain their pets within the yard.  The maintenance-free vinyl fence project will be started and completed in just one day.

“Saying we’re proud of this accomplishment is a bit of an understatement,” said owner Tom Engelmeier.  “It’s the work of so many people over the years including our install crews, schedulers, administration, salespeople and supportive families. It’s just a great day for everyone at Dakota Unlimited.”

About Dakota Unlimited (www.dakotaunlimited.com)

Dakota Unlimited is a third-generation, locally owned fencing business. Its commitment to customer satisfaction has led to being an Angie’s List Super Service Award recipient for the last nine years.  The team of dedicated fencing professionals design, build and install wood fences, vinyl fences, chain link, maintenance-free fences, wrought iron fences, and aluminum fences throughout the Minneapolis, St. Paul metro area.