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Martin County Fair

Martin County Fair
Martin County Fair
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“Working with Saffire on our new website was great. They helped us with anything we needed for the re-branding of our Fair. They answered any questions we asked and were very prompt in doing so. The staff is very polite and easy to work with. The tools they have are so easy and fast people will be amazed at how fast and easy it is for you to update your website once it is launched. I recommend them for anybody looking to start a new website or just redesign their existing website. Thanks again for the great work y'all did”

Justin Cantrell
Director
Martin County Fair Association, Inc.
The Martin County Fair Association, Inc. is the largest single event held in Martin County, drawing over 70,000 people from across the Treasure Coast. The Martin County Fair Association, Inc. is a designated 501c3 Not for profit organization for over 55 years. Chartered in 1959 the association is eligible to receive tax-deductible donations. As a volunteer organization with over 130 members donating 10,000+ hours help to organize and host the fair each year. The purpose of the fair association is to entertain and promote our communities' traditions, talents, diversity, vision and Agricultural Heritage, in a secure and fiscally responsible way through exhibits, tours and the funding of scholarships. Money generated from the Fair goes to the Martin County Fair Association, Inc. to be used for improvements to the fairground facilities, scholarship awards and programs for Martin County youth. The Martin County Fair Association, Inc. is a member of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions, the Florida Federation of Fairs and Livestock Shows, and the Stuart/Martin County, Palm City, Indiantown, Hobe Sound, and Jensen Beach Chambers of Commerce
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