Backyard Expressions Announces Release of the Best 10 x 10 Outdoor Canopy Tent – Free Bonus Solar LED Lights Included

The Garden & Outdoor company has combined the best of all worlds by creating a Canopy Tent with built in Solar LED lights

Kent, Washington, United States - December 14, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Backyard Expressions, a rapidly growing Backyard brand with a focus on using premium eco-friendly and safe materials, recently introduced their highly-anticipated Lighted Canopy Tent. This canopy has you covered on all fronts and is one of the only canopy shelters on the market that includes built in solar LED lights!

“Our main goal was to create a unique canopy with built in lighting.We knew this was a need that people have that nobody was doing yet. Kids’ sporting events and family get togethers sometimes run late. When it starts to get dark, we wanted you to have the choice to keep your event going. We’ve added this feature to a quality and safe canopy shelter and we’re just happy that we can share what we’ve built with the families out there that will make the most of it.” - Tyler Engelken - Backyard Expressions Director of Online Operations

The Benefits of Solar LED Lighting in a Canopy -

Solar Led lights are a green alternative to traditional lighting. The canopy’s lights are completely powered by solar energy, one of the world’s leading renewable energy technologies.

This Canopy has built in Solar LED lights that sets it apart from Euromax and ABCcanopies. The Solar LED lights found in this Canopy are extremely cost-efficient since they are operated by rechargeable batteries via the sun and do not require any outside electricity.

The benefit of solar LED lights over other types of lighting is the fact that they require virtually no maintenance. They work from the moment you set the canopy up with no additional configuration required. Better yet, they turn on and off with the simple push of a button that is built right into the frame.

When it comes to features and benefits, this canopy tent is second-to-none. The set up and take down takes minutes without any tools! And the best part is that it tears down in just a few minutes as well. When you’re done it fits neatly back into its wheeled carrying bag.

The Backyard Expressions Canopy Tent is in a class of its own. The following are just a few benefits that you will enjoy with this canopy:

-Built to Last
-Effortless 1 Person Setup
-Rust Free

This Canopy Tent has just been released on To celebrate, Backyard Expressions is giving away a special 15% off Amazon discount coupon code to try their new Canopy. This way more people can experience this product at the lowest possible launch price. To get yours now, visit:

Grab Your Exclusive Backyard Expressions Canopy Coupon Here!

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