Why become a vendor?

Did you know you can be seen by and sell to nearly 1.3 million diverse consumers who are armed with buying power at the LA County Fair?

  • The LA County Fair is ranked among the Top 10 fairs in the nation
  • The LA County Fair is Southern California's single largest event in September
  • Surveys indicate that shopping ranks high in guest satisfaction and is a top influencer to come to the Fair
  • The average household income for LA County Fair guests is $74,250

Booth Space Includes:

  • Standard electricity - 110 Volt, 20 AMP
  • Pipe and drape for indoor locations/ Canopies for most outdoor locations
  • Staff admission and parking passes
  • Company name and booth location listing on LACountyFair.com

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Become a Vendor

For Commerical Sales Opportunities:

1101 West McKinley Ave.
Fairplex, CA 91768
Get Driving Directions
Phone: (909) 865-4500
Fax: (909) 623-4368
E-mail: commsales@fairplex.com



Testimonials


“We are first time vendors at the LACF and are delighted with the outcome of this incredibly electrifying event. A 19-day, energetic, colorful fair that by far is our most successful for 2015.”
- Adriano Bartoli, AB Sorbets


“We have just completed our 13th year at the LA County Fair. It is the highest profit and sales fair we do. We have always had a positive experience. The staff at the fair is easy to work with and always react with a positive attitude. We have and will continue to recommend other vendors to this fair.”
- Dick and Sandy Black, All That Glitters


“Wow, the best I have seen in years! More advertisement and daily specials have definitely increased attendance. The crowds are back. We have done as much in sales in 19 days as we did in 23 last year. That means higher net profit and that is why I am here!”
- Zena Pando, Touch Of Mink


“After being a commercial exhibitor for over two decades at the LA Fair, our experience this year can be summed up in one word: smooth! I also feel that some changes made by the Fair, such as the shorter length of days open, have provided close to the same number of guests in a reduced time which translates into improved efficiency for both the Fair and the vendors.”
- Eddie Secard, Secard Pools