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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

BLOOMSBURG FAIR PICTURES-2008

My Friend Larry Snyder and Nancy's Hoagie Stand.
Larry's a great circus fan from Palm Bay, Fl.
His Location there is right across from the animal exhibit barns.
A great location for hoagies!
Rick Creasey's U Start and Stop Wheel.

Rick's a Bloomsburg resident also. He has 6 locations at the fair.

When I first met Rick he had a Novelty Stand.

3 comments:

  1. Dick, Where are the best locations to sell food at a fair?

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  2. Howard that's a hard one!
    It depends on the traffic flow and how the fair is laid out. In Bloomsburg you can get buried on one of the side midways. Usually a busy corner or near where people sit and rest is a good location for food. And of course you have to figure how much and who is close to you with the same item.

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  3. But even in the back midways, if you have something different special or extremly good, the people will find you! I just remember Joe's homemade perogis and a place that sold home made cream puffs in those midways. They were always busy!

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