The North Carolina Mountain State Fair brings a decisive difference to marketing partnerships. Our broad appeal and sheer attendance numbers, deliver promotions that are on target, geographically as well as demographically, and on budget. The fair’s ever-growing and loyal fan base is what makes this exhibition the “must-stop” destination for sponsors and mobile marketing units.
Our marketing campaigns are hand-tailored to meet the needs of discerning clients. As a North Carolina Mountain State Fair sponsor your fully integrated package of benefits may include:
In its 20-year history, this high-profile 10-day fair is one of North Carolina's most treasured traditions. Families from all over the state come to the fair for the annual 10-day showcase of entertainment, exhibits and competition. The fair features over 300 exhibit booths including food vendors, and dozens of touring promotional exhibits. Visitors enjoy barns full of animals, a carnival midway, more than 50 free entertainment performances and a multitude of attractions for all ages.
We invite your company to tap the sales and marketing power of the North Carolina Mountain State Fair.
The real reach of events is over three times more than the actual attendance. How is this possible? Word of Mouth.
Exciting placement opportunities have been developed for touring promotional exhibits. Mobile marketing sites range in size from 1,000 to 5,000 square feet and are available anywhere from one to all 10 days of the annual exposition. Exhibits participating 6-10 days may take precedence. Discounts may be available for a commitment of 10 consecutive days.
NOTE: The NC Mountain State Fair works with Sponsors to create unique promotions that best match their marketing goals. Sponsorship opportunities are not limited to the items presented here.
Contact: Cathy Pressley 828-687-1414 extension 220
The Western North Carolina Agricultural Center is owned by the STATE OF NORTH CAROLINAand operated by the NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE & CONSUMER SERVICES.
Steve Troxler, Commissioner of Agriculture