The crew from CT LIVE! set up a TV studio inside a Post & Beam Carriage Barn on display at The Barn Yard in Ellington, CT to broadcast the show live today. CT LIVE! host Taylor Kinzler spoke with The Barn Yard President Everett Skinner about the biggest sale of the year and toured the many buildings on display at The Barn Yard and at the Big E.
Have you seen us on TV? Check out our new commercial all about the BIGGEST sale of the year! Come visit us at the Big E, or our stores in Ellington & Bethel, CT for Big E Sale pricing, free options, plus special financing.
Broadcast live today from The Barn Yard Covered Bridge, see footage from the construction of the covered bridge, hear from Everett & Chris Skinner about the design & historical significance, and check out the details that make The Barn Yard Covered Bridge exceptionally built in this segment from CT LIVE!
Broadcast live today from our design & manufacturing campus in Ellington, hear from Everett & Chris Skinner, check out our timber frame shop, and see completed barns & custom projects in this segment from CT LIVE!
The Big E is a part of The Barn Yard family and we'll miss going this year. So, we are bringing the great displays and savings closer to home at our Showcase Locations in Ellington & Bethel, CT.
We believe that a quality building becomes so much more than just a building. Check out our newest TV commercial featuring brothers Everett & Chris Skinner. We are building & delivering and can't wait to get started on your project.
Our Marketing Engineer's 6-year old son was inspired by the commercial his dad made, so he created his own version using an old Mac G4 with iMovie. We thought it was so well done that we had to post it here so you could see it too.
Working from home, working for you! Check out our new commercial, on TV right now. Even though many of us are working from home, we are still connected and ready to serve you.
As seen on TV: The Barn Yard's 2019 Big E TV commercial, celebrating 35 years at the Big E!
We are the builders, the designers, the engineers. The fathers, the sons, and the craftsmen.