TULSA - The Tulsa State Fair wrapped up another year Sunday night.
Fair officials say crowd numbers are were this year, which could mean record attendance and profits.
Organizers say planning for the 2013 Tulsa State Fair was executed extremely well and they considered it a huge success.
Planning for the 2014 fair is already underway and organizers say they want to bring in new shows, food and rides to make sure crowds return again.
"We're always looking to improve and bring fresh events to the fair, a variety of entertainment of course, new ground shows. So there's always ways to improve and se we'll do that next year," Tulsa State Fair manager Amanda Blair said.
Fair officials say they think more than a million visitors attended the event. The official tally will be released later this week.
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