January 28, 2012 For more Information contact:
For Immediate Release Greg Stewart @ 248-7160
LEAP YEAR FAIR ADMISSION SEASON PASS
OFFERS BIG SAVINGS
Another Leap Year is upon us, and so is the popular Central Washington State Fair “Leap Year Special” which allows the public the opportunity to purchase a season pass into the Fair for one very fair price during the month of February. This year the special Leap Year pass is just $40. The pass gets the holder into the Fair every day of the 10-day long event. The pass is a photo ID admission badge and is intended for the person whose picture is on the badge. They are non-transferable.
The Leap Year Special badge is only available for purchase from February 1 through February 29, and can be purchased at the State Fair Park Box Office, at www.fairfun.com or through TicketsWest.
“Our Leap Year special allows folks a chance to come out and enjoy our Fair for as low as $4 a day,” said Fair president Greg Stewart. “It is the best admission deal of the whole Fair.”
Because fair time entertainment is free to all fairgoers, the ID badge is also good for general admission seating at the concerts and grandstand shows during the Fair. The special Leap Year photo ID badge is good for all ages. Kids 5 and under are always free. These passes are strictly for admission to the Fair itself and do not include carnival rides or parking. A voucher will be given to those who purchase the special season photo ID, and they will have their photo taken and badge made just prior to the Fair in September.
Those interested in purchasing season passes must do so between Wednesday, February 1 and Wednesday, February 29 at the State Fair Park Box Office, 1301 S. Fair Avenue, Yakima. To order by fax or mail, please download the application from the Fair website, www.fairfun.com, by clicking on “What’s New” on the home page. To order via TicketsWest call 800-325-SEAT or go to www.ticketswest.com. For those purchasing through TicketsWest, service fees may apply.
The 2012 Fair runs from September 21 through September 30 in Yakima.
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