State Fair Board Seeking Public Input on Improving the Fair

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(Courtesy photo)
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The Wyoming State Fair Board is in the process of soliciting public input and ideas, through a state-wide online survey, that will be used to improve the overall experience at the annual Wyoming State Fair in Douglas.

State fair board Chairman Joe Rankin said that the input received through the online survey is an important part of the board’s planning for future fair and fairground events and facilities.

The 107th annual Wyoming State Fair took place August 13th through the 17th. The fairgrounds are used for a variety of events and activities throughout the year, such as Wyoming Boys’ State, 4-H State competitions, state and regional horse shows, high school rodeo, and RV rallies, as well as local meetings, banquets and youth sports events. The online survey will be available through the end of the month. It can be accessed through the link that's been provided below.

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