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Waynesboro’s Trident Enterprises, a leading carrier of wholesale deer fence supplies, is turning heads with a fresh new look.

The brand changed its name from “Trident Enterprises” to “Trident Fence,” and reformed its branding and marketing of its products. The move better serves its customers, the firm said in a news release.

Trident Enterprises is best known for carrying deer fencing to keep wildlife off of lawns and out of gardens. While Trident’s product line is still heavily based on wildlife deterrence, the company dropped words such as “deer” from many of its products so customers can choose how to use the products on landscapes. By doing so, it changes the way prospective buyers view the products.

Additionally, Trident Fence has modernized the look of the website, TridentCorp.com. The new website allows customers to find and identify products that meet their specific needs. On product pages, customers will be able to choose sizes and see additional product features.

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Buyers will also have new payment options such as Add to Cart to continue shopping and a “Buy Now” button to purchase quickly with PayPal, Google Pay, Amazon Pay and other payment choices.

Trident Fence has also created an Instagram account to show Trident Fence products on properties.

Trident Fence (www.TridentCorp.com) is an e-commerce only business that ships nationwide. The firm is open from Monday-Friday between 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. EST with call center operators available on weekends to assist customers with customer service inquiries and product support.

About Trident Fence

Located in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, Trident Fence is a wholesale fence supplier of effective wildlife control solutions and humane pet fencing. Its customers include public gardens, schools, orchards, dog boarding centuries, animal rescues and others.

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