Puyallup Spring Fair draws 102K visitors

The annual Spring Fair in Puyallup greeted 102,090 visitors during its four-day run last week, officials reported Monday. Crowds ignored the intermittent rain and took in family fun at the state’s seventh largest fair. This was the 8th largest attendance in the Spring Fair’s 24-year history.

“We designed the Spring Fair to focus on the family, with lots of hands-on activities and free entertainment for every age group,” said Kent Hojem, Washington Fair CEO. “It is extremely satisfying to see that the variety we offer our guests at the Spring Fair by far outweighs the weather. We developed this event as a celebration to spring, and it has become a tradition in the Pacific Northwest.”

The Spring Fair started in 1990, and is part of the Washington State Fair. The Washington State Fair is the largest fair in the state. More information is available online at thefair.com.