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Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) The last day of the fair is known for the popular pal day. Pal day sponsored by KMVT is a day where families catch a break and can enjoy the Twin Falls County Fair.
Two for the price of one. Pal day is a way for the Twin Falls County Fair to help families enjoy everything the fair has to offer.
"Pal day is really great day for the families to come and enjoy the last day of the fair. If you bring two kids to the carnival ticket booth, you buy one ride all day wristband and you get two wristbands for the price of one," said Fair Manager John Pitz.
Pal day is always held on the last day of the fair. Fair officials hope the incentive gave families a reason to bring their kids to the carnival.
"With the economy and stuff the way it is, we really need to help families come to the fair, let them enjoy some livestock, agriculture events and all of the free stages things that we have going on," said Pitz.
For kids, they just enjoyed spending time with their friends and enjoying all of the rides.
"It supports having like a friend with you and you can ride rides and just have a good time," said Lindsey Perkins.
And the new carnival and rides were a big hit.
"I think they are a lot better, there are a lot of new rides that I like. The other ones were kind of boring," said Aspen Seal.
Ways to attract more families to the fair will continue to be a priority.
"The more families we have here, that's the future of our fair, you've got to get the kids interested so they stay involved as they grow up," said Fair Manager John Pitz.