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Tulare County Fair seeks community feedback

Tulare County Fair seeks community feedback

Online survey enters you to win a family fun pack for the 2018 fair

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TULARE – The Tulare County Fair is a central part of our agriculture, culture, and social fiber. But it could always be better. With that in mind, the Tulare County Fair is asking the community to share their opinion on the annual event, and you could possibly win a family fun pack to the 2018 fair.

An online survey is available now on the fair’s web site www.tcfair.org. Those who complete the survey have the option to enter to win a family fun pack, which includes four admission tickets and two unlimited carnival ride wristbands.

“We are continuously looking for ways to improve this community’s annual tradition,” said Pamela Fyock, chief executive officer of the Tulare County Fair. “We value what the community thinks about our fair, whether they are regular attendees, have never attended, or not attended in recent years.”

The 18-question survey is estimated to take less than five minutes to complete. The survey period closes on April 8 at midnight.

Those who are unable to complete the survey online can phone the fair office at (559) 686-4707 during weekday business hours. The phone survey can be conducted in English or Spanish.

The Tulare County Fair’s mission is to showcase agriculture and create family fun. The five-day fair opens on Sept. 12 and runs through Sept. 18, 2018. The annual celebration includes celebrity entertainment, interactive children activities, hundreds of animals, a rainforest and wildlife adventure, a thrilling carnival, exciting motorsports, a rodeo, an impressive Junior Livestock Auction, and more. The Tulare County Fair has been a community tradition for more than a century. For more information visit tcfair.org.

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