Missouri State Fair Entry Forms Available Thursday

Date 2014/4/30 5:20:00 | Topic: News

Missouri State Fair Director Mark Wolfe announced today that exhibitors interested in competing at the Missouri State Fair will be able to access online entry and reserved camping forms starting at 9 a.m. Thursday.
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Thursday, May 1, in the online Premium Guide. More than 30,000 entries are expected for this year’s annual agriculture showcase Aug. 7-17 in Sedalia. Rules, guidelines and critical deadlines are already posted in the online resource.

Exhibitors should follow these steps to submit entry forms:

In the online guide, select the category(ies) of interest,
2. Read the rules and schedules,
3. Download the entry form(s),
4. Complete the form(s) and follow the directions for submission found at the top of each form.
Entries, camping and vendor input forms, including credit card information, may be emailed as an attachment to entryforms@mda.mo.gov, or faxed to the State Fair at 660-827-8169 or 660-827-8160.

The same steps apply for submitting reserved camping forms. Reserved campsites open Sunday, Aug. 3, and are only available for livestock exhibitors, commercial vendors and persons with disabilities.

Exhibitors under age 13 will again be admitted free to the 11-day Fair, while exhibitors age 13 and older will be able to purchase up to 40 single-day exhibitor admission tickets at a special price of $4. The discounted exhibitor tickets are available on entry forms and from the Fair’s business office through Aug. 6. These tickets will not be available at the gate, and they do not include exhibitor parking.

The 112th Missouri State Fair, themed “Harvest the Fun,” will be held Aug. 7-17 in Sedalia. For more information, visit www.mostatefair.com or call 1-800-422-3247 (FAIR). Those wanting to receive electronic news can also sign up for a free Fair Fan service on the website and can follow the Fair on Facebook and Twitter.



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