FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, May 5, 2015
Georgia Grown Building returns for the 2015 Georgia National Fair
The Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter and the Georgia Department of Agriculture are pleased to be partnering once again this year to present the Georgia Grown Building during the 2015 Georgia National Fair, October 8-18, in Perry, GA. The building, featuring 20,000 sq. ft. of space, is dedicated to showcasing Georgia’s diverse agricultural industry as you have never seen it before. You can find Georgia Grown products, manufacturers, services and businesses specifically geared towards agriculture.
Additionally, the Georgia Grown Pavilion, located inside the building, gives Fairgoers the opportunity to purchase unique Georgia made products such as delicious jams and jellies, nuts, baked goods, sauces and relishes.
Georgia Grown is also happy to once again offer a video advertisement opportunity through pre-produced advertisements that will run in rotation, all day, every day, in the Georgia Grown Building.
In 2014 more than 456,023 visitors enjoyed the Georgia National Fair and the Georgia Grown Building was one of our proudest achievements! The Georgia Grown Building is open every day of the 26th Georgia National Fair from 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. daily, and 3:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. on Opening Day.
Proceeds from the Georgia Grown Building aid in benefiting the Agricultural Youth Scholarships.
Benefits and Features of the Georgia Grown Building
- Excellent exposure to more than 456,023 Fairgoers
- Web site listing with link to your company site
- Logo listing in printed brochures
- Be a part of an award winning event and facility
- Participation and visitors from the entire state and beyond
- Multi-cultural clientele which reflects the diversity of our state
Space is limited!
About Georgia Grown
The Department of Agriculture’s Georgia Grown program provides a powerful branding tool as well as education, marketing and business connections to expand agribusinesses and the agricultural industry throughout the state. Learn more or join Georgia Grown at www.georgiagrown.com.