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2009 3i Show May 6 to 8 in Garden City


The 3i Show sponsor, Western Kansas Manufacturers Association, is gearing up for their 55th annual 3i Show. The show, which alternates each year between Garden City, Kan., and Great Bend, Kan., will be held in Garden City at the Finney County Fairgrounds this year on May 6, 7, and 8 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily. The 2009 show will be the second year the 3i Show has been held Wednesday through Friday.

The show hosts more than 500 exhibitors each year from across the United States and Canada displaying all types of agricultural equipment and services, and providing information to assist visitors with their farm and ranch buying decisions. Exhibit space is now open to new exhibitors in addition to prior exhibitors.

WKMA is a member of the North American Farm Show Council, a nonprofit organization founded in 1972 dedicated to the continued improvement of farm shows. The 3i Show, celebrating its 55th year, is one of the most successful in North America.

For additional information or to reserve exhibit space for the upcoming 3i Show, visit www.3ishow.com, or contact the WKMA office directly at 620-227-8082, PO Box 1382, Dodge City, KS 67801.

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