Syracuse’s 105.9 The Rebel will be spinning the Prize Wheel for tons of prizes during the Great New York State Fair. The Fair runs from August 23 to September 4 at the Fairgrounds in Syracuse, New York.
The Rebel Broadcasting Center will be located between gates 3 and 4 behind the Agricultural Museum. The Cumulus Prize Wheel will be spinning each day, noon to 2:00 p.m. on weekdays and weekends from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Prizes from Wonderworks, Nu-Look Collision, Berry Global, Perry’s Ice Cream and more will be available from the Wheel.
Although the The 375-acre fairgrounds complex operates year-round and hosts more than 500 non-fair events each year, the Great New York State Fair draws the largest crowds. Over 1.1 million people attended last year’s fair.
Today, August 11, is Patrick Cudahy Day at the Wisconsin State Fair. Cooking demonstrations, competitions, photo booth, Prize Wheel and plenty of entertainment will fill the day from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in West Allis.
For over one hundred years, Patrick Cudahy has crafted premium meats with authentic flavor and genuine goodness, including signature Sweet Apple-Wood Smoked bacon, ham, deli meats and sausage.
“There will be no shortage of fun for bacon lovers,” said Bud Matthews, Senior Vice President, Patrick Cudahy, LLC. “Everything we do, it’s our way of saying ‘thank you’ to everyone who supports us. We appreciate their patronage and we want to make every effort to make it their best summer yet.”
Patrick Cudahy will have plenty of entertainment on the Central Park stage. The Patrick Cudahy Barbershop Quartet will be singing their sweet harmonies throughout the day, and brand Chef Mike Wales will take center stage for live cooking demonstrations featuring innovative recipes that highlight the sweet apple-wood smoked flavor of Patrick Cudahy’s new products: Black Forest Bacon, Riojano Chorizo and Lunch Packs lunch meat.
The Wisconsin State Fair began on August 3 and will run through August 13. Musical acts for the fair include John Mellencamp, The Beach Boys, The Temptations, Pentatonix, Alan Jackson, Lee Ann Womack, Patti Labelle and En Vogue.
Madisonville McDonald’s celebrated the restaurant’s remodel with an official grand opening party on Saturday, August 5. The Texas restaurant offered spins on the Prize Wheel for free meals, sunglasses and other toys.
Ronald McDonald was on hand to entertain the children and pose for selfies. The famous clown concluded his appearance with a magic show in front of a packed crowd.
“Everyone I have come across seems to be very appreciative and complementary of the new building,” said Steve McKinney, owner and operator of the restaurant. “I’m certainly thankful for all of the support that we have received.”
The grand opening concluded what was almost a week of festivities from the new McDonald’s. It began with fireworks before turning the sign to open for the first time on Tuesday and featured deals on certain menu items on the days in between.
Milwaukee Repertory Theater rewarded Prize Wheel spinners with USB car chargers, lip balm, tote bags and show tickets during the 13th annual Chill on the Hill. The Humboldt Park festival features music each Tuesday from June to August in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Scheduled to appear this evening, August 8, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. are Max & the Invaders and The Revomatics with HI/Jack.
The popular event was named People’s Choice for Best Venue by the 2013 WAMI Awards and “Best Outdoor Concert Series” in 2010 by Milwaukee Magazine.
Arizona Lottery will host a tailgate party on Monday, August 7, at the Arizona Lottery Phoenix office. Players can participate in a promotion to get free Scratchers free, a spin on the Prize Wheel and a chance to win a pair of tickets to an upcoming game.
“Arizona Lottery is thrilled to continue its long standing partnership with the Cardinals and bring back this fan-favorite with even bigger cash prizes,” Executive Director Gregg Edgar said. “We had an incredibly successful launch of this ticket last year, and we can’t wait for Cardinals fans to start winning with this ticket this year.”