Whether itís an entrepreneur marketing their wares for the first time or an established retailer, vendors at the L.A. County Fair provide a variety of clothing, accessories and home goods unlike any mall or swap meet. The Fair is the largest consumer products exposition in the West.
More than 1.3 million guests are expected at the Fair, Sept. 10-26, and more than one-third of polled Fairguests say they come for shopping. With the average guest visiting the Fair for nearly nine hours, retailers can expect a lot of exposure.
Nearly every corner of the Fair will provide some type of shopping experience.
At The Palms MarketPlace an array of multicultural wear will be available including silk scarves from India, kimonos from Japan, and silk tops and pants from Korea. Numerous other retail items are available including spas, barbecues, pool tables and jet skis.
Wine lovers can purchase gold medal-winning wines from the Wines of the World competition along with a variety of wine accessories at The Vineyard in Home and Gardens, presented by Ralphs. Also, plants, flowers and gardening supplies are available for purchase in the Flower and Garden Pavilion.
Fairguests can peruse fine gemstones and handcrafted jewelry at The Shopping Place. An assortment of other products will be available ensuring every niche is served including candles, picture frames, salsa and sushi makers and mops.
For general information on the L.A. County Fair, call (909) 623-3111 or visit the Web site at www.lacountyfair.com.