If you put on a county fair, state fair, heck—any fair intended to make money, you should get rain insurance for festivals or fairs. You need to make sure your important days and high-impact events don’t get their profits washed away by wet weather.
That’s why county and state fairs across the country use Vortex Weather Insurance.
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County fairs vs state fairs—a definition
48 out of 50 states have state fairs. The remaining 2 states have county fairs instead…even though they call some of them “state” fairs. Then there’s Texas with its 3 or more state fairs.
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Some states use the terms interchangeably, which begs the question, what’s the difference? As the names imply, one is usually smaller. Technically speaking, and in general, a county fair is smaller than a state fair.
County fairs usually have permanent structures, too, frequently on “county fairgrounds” (aptly named!). County fairs usually run for 2 to 4 days, orchestrated by a volunteer staff.
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State fairs require more real estate, but not always permanent buildings. They last 7 days to a month, and are run by a paid staff. State fairs often include exhibits or competitors who won categories at county fairs.
County or state, rain insurance for festivals or fairs is a must
A Vortex rain insurance policy helps protect the high earner events at festivals or fairs against the negative effects of unpredictable weather.
Focus on what’s important
By choosing Vortex Weather Insurance for your weather risk management needs, you can focus on the important details needed to produce a successful outdoor event, and we’ll worry about the weather. Rain insurance for festivals or fairs acts as the silver lining on threatening clouds.
Vortex offers rain insurance nationwide and can help protect your special event from weather risk any day or any time. We make the process quick, easy and uncomplicated, so you can focus on executing a top-notch event.