Williamson County Fair Wins International Awards | Local News
The Williamson County Fair was recognized as one of the world’s best for excellence and innovation at the 2021 fair.
Representatives from the Williamson County Fair Board collected a total of six awards on behalf of the nonprofit at the International Association of Fairs and Expositions (IAFE).
The Williamson County Fair is known for its specialty in agricultural education, and every year festival-goers look forward to the nightly livestock shows, educational shows and competitive events. It received three awards in the agricultural competition this year, starting with the first place in the newly established or evolving program / exhibition at your fair that promotes agriculture to the fair public with the category ‘Being a farmer – learning how to drive a tractor “” exhibit. The Williamson County Fair also ranked second and third in the individual agriculture (miscellaneous and horticulture / crops) photo categories for the “Baby Pigs in the Pig Show. childbirth ”and“ the best show pumpkin ”.
In the Hall of Honor in Communications competition, the Williamson County Fair received second place for its home event, Senior Day Virtual Bingo 2020, and third place for its online ticket sales promotion announcement.
Other awards include Innovation in Sponsorship, in which he placed second for “SOAR Franklin – Miniature Putt-Putt Golf Course Scorecard”.
“It is so gratifying for our show to be recognized by our peers through the International Association of Fairs and Exhibitions (IAFE),” said Show Chairman and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson. “Each year we try to build on our successes and create new ways to generate excitement for our salon. This recognition is a reflection of the hard work and enthusiasm of our volunteers, and I encourage you to congratulate and thank our equitable volunteers for their effort and creativity.
The 2022 Williamson County Fair will be held from Friday August 5 to Saturday August 13 at AgExpo Park in Williamson County. For more information, including sponsorship opportunities, visit www.williamsoncountyfair.org.
The International Association of Fairs and Exhibitions (IAFE), based in Springfield, Missouri, is a non-profit, voluntary society serving agricultural fairs, shows, shows, and exhibitions in states, provinces, regions, and the counties. Its associate members include state and provincial associations of non-agricultural fairs, exhibitions and festivals, associations, corporations and individuals engaged in providing products and services to its members, all interested in improving fairs. , shows, exhibitions and related fields. .
For more information visit www.fairsandexpos.com; follow IAFE on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat; or call 800-516-0313.