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Pack Your Bags: Frazier Shows is Hiring for the 2012 Southwest State Fair Season

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If you survived the french fry cube, enjoyed the sad farm animals, or totally killed it playing skee ball at the annual Arizona State Fair, we have good news. 


Frazier Shows, the entertainment group behind large-scale fairs in Arizona, New Mexico, Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, and Texas is hiring for the 2012 season. 

Frazier shows was founded in 1982 by Cecil Frazier and grew to be one of the largest carnival routes in the Southwest. 


The Scottsdale based company is packing up and hitting the road for the 2012 season -- and it's looking for a few new cast members to "represent Americana at its best." 

Frazier staff will be at Metrocenter Mall, 9617 North Metro Parkway in Phoenix from March 12 through 18, and at Anthem City Center, 41130 North Freedom Way, Anthem. 

For more information, check out the Frazier website or call (602) 684-0632. 

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