Teton County Fair calling for 2021 sponsors!

TETON COUNTY, Wyo. — Are you interested in becoming a 2021 Teton County Fair sponsor? This year’s fair marks both the 100th Anniversary of Teton County, as well as the 65th Annual Teton County Fair. The Teton County Fair Board is thrilled to plan for this unique, one-time celebration!

While a Title Sponsor for the Fair has been secured for the first time ever –the Fair extends a big THANK YOU to Mr. & Mrs. Foster Friess for their generous support – the Fair still offers a variety of sponsorship levels that aim to meet your personal and investment interests. Become a Premier sponsor for $5000 and in exchange, receive various advertising opportunities for your business, as well as a ticket package to Fair events and shows. Don’t have $5000 in your budget this go-around? Not to worry. Take a look at the Platinum, Gold, or Silver sponsorship levels. You can also sponsor a Fair Rodeo or Horse Show belt buckle for $200 or become an Exhibit Hall department sponsor for $50.

Keep in mind, a Teton County Fair sponsorship goes well beyond standard logo placement and signage – this is an opportunity to participate in a 65-year long tradition! Over 10 days in the peak of summer, the Teton County Fair draws one of the largest cross-sections of our community — cowboys, homemakers, multigenerational families, seasonal employees, locals, and tourists alike come together in a celebration of our multifaceted community. Fair attendees and participants have a deep connection to Teton County, its heritage, and its western lifestyle. A 2021 Teton County Fair sponsorship is your “horse in the race” when it comes to the Fair’s success and future. Teton County Fair is an event put on by locals for the community, that is funded by the community. Please consider helping to create the greatest event for our community!

For more information and to view the full sponsorship packet click here!

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