Fulton Street Fair Committee kicks off button sale

Nathan Real, owner of Truescape Landscaping, LLC, prepares hamburgers along with Callaway County Presiding Commissioner Gary Jungermann Tuesday evening during Business After Hours. Truescape and the Callaway County Commission hosted the barbecue at the landscaping business. The Fulton Street Fair Committee kicked off its button sale at the event. Buttons act as raffle tickets for prizes and work as incentives for other products and activities during the Street Fair.

Nathan Real, owner of Truescape Landscaping, LLC, prepares hamburgers along with Callaway County Presiding Commissioner Gary Jungermann Tuesday evening during Business After Hours. Truescape and the Callaway County Commission hosted the barbecue at the landscaping business. The Fulton Street Fair Committee kicked off its button sale at the event. Buttons act as raffle tickets for prizes and work as incentives for other products and activities during the Street Fair. Photo by Brittany Ruess.

The Fulton Street Fair Committee kicked off its annual button sale Tuesday at Business After Hours hosted by Truescape Landscaping, LLC and the Callaway County Commission.

The button costs $2, and each button acts as a raffle ticket for prizes such as $1,000 cash from Central Bank, $250 gift card to Moser’s, $250 gift card to Walmart and patio set.

It also gives patrons $1 off beer and free entry to the kiddie corral and ice cream social.

Nicole Elliott-Bartley, marketing assistant at The Callaway Bank designed this year’s button with input from committee members. The design includes a brick street background, outline of Callaway County and cartoon mule.

Buttons are on sale at Central Bank, Bank Star One, Callaway Bank, C&R Market and Fulton Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center.

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