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Tents are fair-weather items. They are meant to be used to shelter guests from the sun, rain, and light winds at most. Once you start to factor in elements like snow and lower temperatures it becomes obvious just how inadequate your standard canopy is for providing the protection needed to last until spring.

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We’re looking for high-resolution photos of installed Celina Tent tents and products, and are going to be giving away $50-worth of store credit for every applicable entry. And you can enter as many times as you want!

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For the most part, we are going to be talking about a topic either from the point of view of someone who knows tents very well (a tent rental company, for example, or grounds crews at a fair ground), or from the outlook of a backyard, at-home user. Because we have readers in both camps (Hi mom!) it makes sense to try and strike a deal between the two ideologies.

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We often suggest the smaller-sized Gable Series Frame Tents as coverings for walkways due to their ability to butt up against buildings, but it’s not often covered what you would do if said walkway isn’t paved. Sure, your head is dry, but what about your shoes?

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Feedback, whether left as comments on product pages, an email response, or however, tell us what our customers like and what they don’t so that we can tailor our service in kind. Whether deciding on how much of a certain tent style to stock of what new products to look into, Celina takes a great deal of time to gauge customer reaction.

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