Ohio State is not known for being a fair, and it certainly has not been the most expensive one.
But a fair is the biggest annual event in the state, and the one most likely to draw crowds.
The fair, in its 14th year, is a fundraiser for the school’s athletics department, and this year it is going to be held in Columbus, Ohio.
That makes it one of the most prestigious in the nation, and its attendance will make it a lot more interesting.
The Ohio State Fair will feature a $5 million fair carousel, which will run for the duration of the event, and a $25 million stage for music performances, which are part of the big theme of the fair.
The entire fair will be open to the public.
“It’s going to put the state’s athletic department on the map and showcase Ohio State, which is a big draw in the region,” said John Fritsch, who owns the fairs Columbus and Cincinnati properties.
“The fair will draw a lot of people, and there will be a lot to see, which helps the overall economy.”
A lot of that will come down to how many people visit the fairgrounds.
Ohio State said it is expecting up to 3.5 million people to visit the state fairgrounds this year.
That number is projected to jump to more than 5 million by 2020, and by 2024, the fair will get to more like 6 million.
The state’s economy is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 2.2 percent, and Ohio State’s share of the state economic growth will increase from 0.3 percent in 2020 to 2.9 percent in 2024, according to the state.
The university said it expects the fair to be a boon for the state as well, with $1.7 billion in economic impact for the region, as well as jobs, wages, taxes, and public transit investments.
The economy has been growing for more than a decade, but the Ohio Department of Commerce is estimating that it will take until 2021 to see any real recovery.
That growth rate has been in line with a trend in which the state has been slowing down the pace of economic growth.
John Kasich has been criticized for not keeping the economy on a steady pace, which has resulted in a slow recovery in some parts of the region.
Ohio’s economic growth has slowed down over the past several years, but economists believe it could pick up as the state recovers.
“I think you are seeing some signs of recovery,” said Mike Perna, chief economist for the Greater Columbus Economic Development Corp. The unemployment rate has dropped to 5.9 from 8.1 in June.
Pernas optimism has come with a bit of a caveat.
The rate has not dropped below 5 percent for the past year, but it is still at an historic low of 10.9%.
The state has a population of more than 8 million people, but only about 1.4 million people work for Ohio’s Department of Workforce Development.
“This is an area of the economy that’s struggling,” Pernan said.
“We’ve had to make some decisions, and I think we’re going to have to make those decisions in the coming years.”
The fairs revenue will be split between the university and the city of Columbus, and will include the sale of concessions, food and beverages, merchandise, and tickets to the carnival, which kicks off at 8 p.m.
The Fairgrounds will have a grand opening and entertainment program beginning on Tuesday.
There will also be a performance by a popular musical band, and other activities and events.
Ohio is home to one of America’s largest museums, the Ohio Science Museum.
In addition to the Ohio state fair and the Columbus carnival fair, the university also holds the Ohio Arts & Sciences Festival, which features the Columbus Art Museum, Ohio State University’s Franklin & Marshall College Museum, the Columbus Zoo, and more.
The city of Cincinnati has hosted several major events over the years, including the annual Columbus Day Parade.