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Become A Sponsor
Do you want to become a sponsor? Not sure what's involved or to what level you can be a sponsor? Get your name in front of 250,000+ potential customers in various ways including print, banners and electronic signage. Click below to find out more.
Become A Vendor
Are you looking to become a vendor here at the Clark County Fair to sell your food or commercial products? Not sure where to start or what forms to fill out? We have everything you need to get started so you can join our annual party and help serve the needs of over 250,000+ people every year. Click below to get all the details.
Are you looking for a great opportunity to join our family as we put on this annual event? Whether you are looking at a General Worker position or Ticketing Sales, there are positions you can fill. Be sure to click below to see what you need to do to help make this Summer's Best Party.
Have you ever wanted to exhibit at the Fair? Do you have livestock, arts, crafts or something else you have done or raised that you would love to enter? You can find all the information you need to enter what you do best by clicking the link below.
Every year, a new set of ambassadors for our community are chosen to represent the Clark County Fair. They attend parades, media events and many other functions. Click below to find out how you can become a contestant to be Fair Court Royalty.
The Junior Livestock Auction is traditionally held on the second Saturday of the Clark County Fair and will be August 13, 2022. FFA and 4H members will be busy all year - starting in the Fall - preparing to exhibit their animals at the fair - rabbits, beef, goats, hogs, poultry and sheep. Click below to find out more.
The Clark County Fair is back and it was #WorthTheWait! We look forward to celebrating Summer’s Best Party with our opening day parade up the center of the midway. Good News…You’re invited to participate! You can apply to enter the parade by submitting the application by July 12, 2022.
The Clark County Fair Association started the Scholarship Fund in 1988 with intent to provide funds to local 4-H, FFA and Open Class fair participants to attend a college, university, trade or vocational institution of their choice. Over the past 30 years, the Fund has distributed over $550,000 to more than 350 students. Currently, the fund distributes $30,000 to 10–15 students annually. You can find out more by clicking the link below.
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