The ticket sales at the gate increased by more than $22,000, according to Fair CEO Kelley Ferreira.
The number of those who attended the fair this year was higher than in 2014 by nearly 1,200 people, Ferreira
There were 11,403 people who walked through the gates this year compared to 10,212 in 2014.
Rain on the first day of the fair in 2014 kept numbers low, but admission on opening day is $1 for adults and free for children 12 and younger, so the impact was seen to numbers more than bottom line, Ferreira
Even with the ticket price increase, the fair was able to draw good numbers.
said the return of a tractor pull event on Saturday night was popular among fairgoers and the Tehama County Department of Educations Makerspace area
brought in families.