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This rendering shows conceptual plans for the North Texas Expo Center, which would one day host the North Texas Fair and Rodeo and other events. The site is west of Interstate 35 and north of Ganzer Road.

A new, larger North Texas Fair and Rodeo complex will allow for year-round events and could bring in an annual $15.3 million from out-of-county visitors alone, according to a presentation from executive director Glenn Carlton.

Carlton showed off the concept for the new complex, the North Texas Expo Center, during Tuesday’s Denton County Commissioners Court meeting. In the past budget year, the county partnered with the North Texas State Fair Association to partly fund a study on the fair’s economic impact. In conjunction with that study were plans for the center, which commissioners and the public got a look at Tuesday.

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The North Texas State Fair Association is proposing a new road between Milam and Ganzer roads that would lead to the North Texas Expo Center, the planned future site of the association’s annual fair and rodeo.

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This rendering shows plans for the North Texas Expo Center, planned as the future site of the North Texas Fair and Rodeo and other events. The site is north of Denton, west of Interstate 35 and north of Ganzer Road.

 

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