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Tractor Supply to recognize 80 4-H, FFA students at 19 fairs


The Tractor Supply Company’s Mobile Fair Tour is gearing up to visit 19 state and county fairs across the country and to recognize 80 FFA and 4-H youth along the way.

Now in its third year, the nation’s largest rural lifestyle retailer is sending its road team on a cross-country journey that begins on June 8 in Illinois and concludes on October 22 in Arkansas.

New to the Mobile Fair Tour this year is Tractor Supply’s first ever “Great Neighbor” Essay Contest for FFA and 4-H students. The competition encourages youth to submit a short essay detailing how their participation in FFA or 4-H has empowered them to be a better neighbor.

“The ‘Great Neighbor’ essay contest has added a fun component to this year’s Mobile Fair Tour,” said Phil Reiter, vice president of marketing at Tractor Supply. “The students involved in 4-H and FFA play such important roles in the communities we serve, and we are privileged to have the opportunity to recognize them for their hard work and dedication.”

Tractor Supply reviewed more than 500 submissions and selected five local winners for each fair stop to be honored during a special ceremony at the Tractor Supply exhibit. In addition to a commemorative plaque, contest winners will walk away with a TSC gift pack.

The 3,000 sq. ft. traveling exhibit will give fairgoers the opportunity to experience the excitement of “life out here” through a variety of entertainment options, including music, games, and chances to win prizes. Attendees will have the opportunity to lasso a “runaway pig,” test their strength on the high striker bell-ringing game, and take home prizes at the “Register toWin” kiosks inside the Tractor Supply barn.

“The Mobile Fair Tour allows us to work alongside communities we care about and reside in ourselves in order to preserve tradition and keep local fairs strong,” said Reiter.

To view the complete list of state and county fair stops and corresponding dates, please

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