Del Mar CA – Today is closing day for the San Diego County Fair. Did you lose something while attending the Fair, this year? Check the Lost and Found at Guest Services. If you give a call while it is still open, there’s a good chance Guest Services may have found your lost item.
From now until two months after the Fair closes, Fairgoers who lost a personal item at this year’s San Diego County Fair, presented by Albertsons/Sav-on, can retrieve it by contacting Guest Services at: 858-794-1124. If it is after hours and the office is closed, please leave a detailed message about what you lost, when you lost it and a description of the item. To date, the lost and found inventory consists of 26 cell phones, 92 pairs of glasses, 53 pieces of jewelry, 86 credit cards, 125 clothing items, 15 wallets, 64 sets of keys, five strollers, six backpacks, a whole host of Sippy-cups, lunch bags and even a partial denture.
If you lost a cell phone, please include the phone brand (such as Samsung, iPhone, etc.) and the phone service (such as AT&T or Verizon), as well as any other information that will be helpful in identifying your phone (such as distinctive case or custom decoration).
If you lost keys, please include information such as an approximate number of keys; whether they are car, home or office keys; whether there is a key ring decorative item, and if so, describe it; and other detailed information that will help us identify your set of lost keys.
Unclaimed items are kept after the Fair closes until approximately September 1, 2014, at which time they will be donated to charity.
About the San Diego County Fair
Here comes the FUN! “The Fab Fair” is the theme for the 2014 San Diego County Fair, presented by Albertsons/Sav-on, paying tribute to the British Invasion that revolutionized the music industry 50 years ago in United States and around the world. The 2014 Fair features British Pop Culture, music and exhibitions NEVER BEFORE seen in California. The summer starts with Food, Fun and Frolic at the 2014 San Diego County Fair!
The San Diego County Fair is the largest annual event in San Diego County and one of the top 10 Fairs in the United States and Canada, drawing more than 1.4 million visitors annually. Admission is $14 for adults; $8 for ages 6-12 and 62 and older; free for ages 5 and younger. For more information visit www.sdfair.com.
Get the Best Pass Ever season pass for $24 at the Fairgrounds Box Office and online at: www.sdfair.com. The Fair Tripper ticket includes round-trip transportation using the North County Transit District’s COASTER, SPRINTER, and BREEZE plus Fair admission for only $15. Late night trains north and south every day of the Fair. Details at www.sdfair.com/transportation.
About the Del Mar Fairgrounds
The 22nd District Agricultural Association is a State of California agency that owns and operates the Del Mar Fairgrounds, Surfside Race Place, Horsepark Equestrian Center and the Del Mar Golf Center. The 22nd DAA produces four events each year: The San Diego County Fair, the Del Mar National Horse Show, Professional Bull Riding (PBR) and The Scream Zone. The Fairgrounds hosts more than 350 events annually, the largest of which is the live horse racing meet each summer and fall, which is operated by the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club for the 22nd DAA and the State of California. For more information on the Del Mar Fairgrounds, visit www.delmarfairgrounds.com.