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SALT LAKE CITY (KSL News Services) -- Good weather and the Napoleon Dynamite character are just a few reasons the Utah State Fair had one of its most successful years. More than 3-hundred-10-thousand people attended this year's fair.
State Fair Spokesperson Denise Stanger says revenues were also up. “We want to catch their attention and get them down here. I think once you get down here and realize all the great things the fair has to offer, then you want to come back.
“We did change our stages a little bit this year from the five entertainment stages to three and people seemed to like that change,” she says.
The fair lasted eleven days and Stanger says the fair will make some major announcements regarding the fair in 2006 soon and says they've already started working on next years fair.
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