Where can you walk around gnawing on a turkey leg while sampling a side of funnel cake and kettle corn? The New Mexico State Fair, of course.
Resistance is futile. The last negotiating chip I have with my family is “as long as I don’t have to go in the midway”.
The New Mexico State Fair starts its 12 day run this week. The event has been besieged in a funding tug of war as legislators debate scrapping or funding the State-owned Albuquerque property.
The ghost of past State Fairs linger. Specifcally, a hop scotch pattern of scheduling has been the biggest point of confusion, which is reinforced on its website “This year, the Fair is condensed from 13 open days over a 17-day run to 12 open days.” The emphasis was theirs.
Based on the Garrity Perception Survey, mobile users are a great base of support for the New Mexico State Fair. Just yesterday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reinforced his commitment to own the mobile space. While the State Fair doesn’t have a mainstream “mobile app” there is a lot of opportunity for communicators to leverage their Facebook presence.
Personally, my goal this year is to get a close up picture of a #Snout