Turlock, CA (August 2, 2018) – From guests having a roaring good time inside the new dinosaur exhibit to kids learning about real life Zebras and Camels inside the 4H Farmyard, the 107th Stanislaus County Fair brought in crowds from various places to educate themselves about science and Agriculture while having fun.
Residents picked the Stanislaus County Fair as their destination for the summer and drew in over 230,000 guests during its 10-day run, a 2 percent decrease from 2017. The Fair opened on Friday, July 13 and concluded its annual run on Sunday, July 22, 2018. Fair concessions were up 1 percent and Butler Amusement, the fair ride operator, was down 5 percent compared to 2017.
“This year was successful even with a slight decrease in attendance,” said Matt Cranford, chief executive officer of the Stanislaus County Fair. “Great music and some cooler evenings really create a fun evening out in the summer.”
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