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RRV Fair seeks focus groups

The Red River Valley Fair Association is seeking volunteers to participate in focus groups aimed at updating the 2009 fair. Four age-specific groups will meet during the last two weeks in October. The age groups are 12 and under; 13 to 20; 21 to ...

The Red River Valley Fair Association is seeking volunteers to participate in focus groups aimed at updating the 2009 fair.

Four age-specific groups will meet during the last two weeks in October. The age groups are 12 and under; 13 to 20; 21 to 35; and 35 and older. Each group will meet for two hours.

Topics will include grandstand entertainment, free on-grounds entertainment, the Education Center and carnival rides.

The focus groups are limited to 15 people on a first-come, first-served basis. One member of a household may serve on a focus group. Participants will receive free admission to the nine-day 2009 Red River Valley Fair, planned for July 10-18 in West Fargo.

To participate or for more information, contact Jodi Buresh at (701) 282-2200 or jodi@redrivervalleyfair.com .

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