September 3 & 4, 2016
Time 11 am to 7 PM (Both days)
Mercer County Park, West Windsor, NJ.
Rain date - September 5, 2016
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609-937-2806 or 609-937-2800
According to the many press releases The Fair has become an
institution in Mercer County for Indian Art and Culture. Like previous years we
are expecting this year more people to visit and enjoy the fair. Check our Vendor Package
For your valued sponsorship, we are taking number of step and offer number of
opportunities to sponsors and vendors to involve South Asian People and
businesses to cater to our people needs. CLICK HERE for more details.
The Indo-American Fair brings to you a variety of performances, from
displaying of multi-linguistic culture of India including traditional wear,
costume jewelry, handicrafts, ethnic dresses and fashion shows.
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Indo-American Fair is being held since 2003. Since then,
the fair has grown at a rapid pace. An analysis of the event
from 2003 to 2010, shows that thousands and thousands people
attended the fair every year. It has seen phenomenal and
unparalleled success. This is one of the best events for the
people of South Asian descent in USA which continue to garner
more and more support from audience, vendors and corporate
world. Every year, the event is planned to surpass the records
of previous years and make it vibrant, entertaining and
The audiences have demonstrated a keen and deep interest in the various facets of art and culture of India, which were presented at the previous fairs and we attempt to bring them back year after year for them. In the past, number of Assemblymen, Mayors of West Windsor & other townships, local dignitaries, community leaders and members of Governor's Cabinet have also attended to show their support for this diversified and cultural event. Fortune lists of companies have also shown their support and participation to make this event successful.
Since the outset of the Fair in 2003, the Fair has its impact felt in the neighboring and other States. Due to the extensive marketing and awareness campaign, vendors from many states including Georgia, Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland, New York, Long Island, Pennsylvania, California, Connecticut, New Jersey and even Canada started participating and displaying their various articles of arts, handicrafts, costume jewelry, ethnic dresses, paintings (both contemporary and traditional) among others at this event.
This year the Indo-American Fair will showcase various items of Indian art, handicrafts, costume jewelry, traditional Indian dresses, paintings, artistic brass work, multi-linguistic cultural programs including regional dances, live entertainments and live performance from the winners of Indian Idol and much more. The fair integrates and fortifies different communities and presents a true diversity, varied arts, various cultures and programs under one platform. Vendors from all over the United States will participate, as in the past, to display their best-enriched artwork to attract and evoke interest in people. The giving away of gifts is sure to attract more and more people to the Fair. Therefore, the two day fair would offer many opportunities to our vendors and sponsors to interact with thousands of potential customers at a personal level, while also performing important market research and gathering valuable demographic and economic data.
The Fair has shown immense leadership and has earned eclat and encomiums from various sections of society including public officials.
For more information:
Call us: (609) 937-2806
Email us: email@example.com
The event is organized by Shirdi Sai Dham, Inc. a non-profit cultural organization.