Organizers call drive-thru fair food event a huge success

CASSOPOLIS — With approximately 1,800 cars over three days, the Cass County Fair’s drive-thru fair food event last weekend was a huge success, according to organizers.

Even before the cars starting rolling into the fairgrounds on May 29, Cass County Fair board president Brian Kuemin said they were preparing to host another event.

The event will be June 12 through 14, with extended hours on all three days.

Food lovers can get their fair food fix from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, while on Sunday, they can get their grub on from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Vendors expected to participate in “drive-thru 2” are Good Dipps ice cream, Kates’, Bubble Tea, Fiske Fries, El Amigo Pepe, elephant ears, May’s Concessions, Oriental Wagon, cinnamon rolls, steak tips and the Pretzel Wagon.

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