Knox County Junior Fair sponsorships

Knox County Farm Bureau is excited to be administrators of the sponsorships and awards for the Knox County Junior Fair for a second year. Both the Knox County Junior Fair and Knox County Farm Bureau are non-profit organizations and are seeking sponsorships of the 2024 Knox County Junior Fair Awards. 

The Knox County Junior Fair features over 1,400 youth exhibitors primarily from 4-H and FFA programs in the county. These exhibitors are made up of 4-H and FFA members from Knox County organizations and clubs. We believe these youth are our future leaders, and we are striving to provide them both with a positive experience as well as opportunities needed to develop those leadership skills. 

Last year we worked to make sure all sponsors were given an opportunity to continue a previous award sponsorship if desired; if we missed yours, we apologize and hope we have corrected any errors in 2024. If you are new to being a sponsor, please be sure to note on your sponsorship form if you have a specific species or award you want to provide. All awards not specified will be available for new sponsors or an existing sponsor to expand their contribution. 

On behalf of the Knox County Junior Fair, we thank you for your support and dedication to the youth of Knox County. We look forward to working with you and celebrating another fantastic Knox County Fair. 

If you have any questions about awards and sponsorships, please feel free to contact Organization Director Kayla Jones at 614-502-9925 or [email protected]. For fair related questions, please contact Amy at [email protected].

To be a sponsor for the 2024 Junior Fair Awards, click here for the form.

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