Full credit goes out to Matt of Jim’s Antennas Moana and Shane of Jim’s Antennas Salisbury, who braved the heat and successfully completed January’s edition of the Bupa Challenge Tour, an undercard for the Tour Down Under, a cycling race in and around Adelaide that attracts the finest cyclists from around the world.
Both Matt and Shane finished the Bupa Challenge Tour, a grueling 154.5 km course, which commenced in Unley, journeyed through Meadows, Mount Compass and Yankalilla and finished in Victor Harbor. Matt and Shane advised that they both had enough energy for a sprint finish, but neither actually stated who finished ahead of the other.
I guess we will settle for an honorable draw! Matt and Shane will be saddling up again in 2015, and have decided to raise funds for the South Australian Cancer Council’s Beat Cancer Project.
Well done boys, you’ve done Jim’s Antennas Adelaide proud.
With Spring well and truly underway, Jim’s Antennas customers may be noticing an increase in the numbers of birds landing on their roof, TV antenna and other roof fittings. The result can be unsightly staining of the roof, which is particularly noticeable on the modern dark toned Colourbond metal roofs. As many homes rely on […]
Do you have an unusual roof with limited access, or you don’t want to see an antenna sitting on your newly designed home? Shane, from Jim’s Antennas Wynn Vale, has had many such requests and has been able to come up with suitable solutions for each of them. Two newly designed homes in Brompton wanted […]
Aaron Puddy from Jim’s Antennas Montrose recently had a customer wanting a different option as to where they could put their center speaker in their home theater install as they didn’t want to have a speaker above or below their TV. After researching for a solution Aaron came across a product from Jensen in their […]
A brand new Croc’s Play-centre is going to open soon in Keilor Park. As part of the fit-out, the centre required an antenna installed on the roof as well as cabling to various entertainment areas in the play-centre. Two TV wall outlets were required—one for the cafe area and one for the party room area. […]