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    Nice new WAC show bldg. (Monroe)

    Went to the Wac show bright and early this morning, and was treated to first show in new building. Not sure the Sq footage compared to old or the Puyallup building, but what a great improvement. To me seemed darn close to Puyallup size.

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    Nice new building... Monroe WAC gun show

    Approximately 24,000+ sq ft building

    It was nice and very open. Nice to see the new open space!

    http://www.evergreenfair.org/were-growing.asp


    I believe the Puyallup one is 85,000 sq ft http://www.thefair.com/facilities/overview/showplex.php
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    We have apprx. 345 tables at the show this weekend. Compare that to the 250 or so at the old building. The Puyallup show averages around 800 tables and in October is about 1100. Puyallup, as you can see, is still more than twice as big as Monroe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpyderTattoo View Post
    We have apprx. 345 tables at the show this weekend. Compare that to the 250 or so at the old building. The Puyallup show averages around 800 tables and in October is about 1100. Puyallup, as you can see, is still more than twice as big as Monroe.
    That is a sizable difference oldkim and yourself point out between the new and the Puyallup building. It was nice having some elbow room compared to the old location, made going much more enjoyable.

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