Annual Custer Trade Show
Written by Dolsee Davenport
February 18, 2019

The annual Custer Trade Show will be held Saturday, March 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Custer Elementary School located at 1415 Wildcat Lane. This show hosts a wide variety of exhibitors, ranging from financial services and building materials to jewelry and artwork. Concessions will be served throughout the day, so it’s a great way to spend the day with the whole family. Admission is a free will monetary donation to the Civil Air Patrol.

Some of the businesses and organizations that you will see in attendance include
-Mount Rushmore National Memorial
-Crazy Horse Memorial
-Custer State Park
-Shepherd of the Hills Church
-Western Skies Real Estate
-Rock Solid Enterprises
-Color Street
-Confidently Carry Concealed
-Vector Design Print and Tech
-Karen’s Upholstery
-Black Hills Power Equipment
-Black Hills Federal Credit Union
-American National Insurance Property & Casualty
-Mini Needles Art Studio
-Renewal by Anderson
-Green Real Estate & Investments-Cathrine Fierberg, Broker Associate
-Shanklin’s
-Kitchens by Karla
-Edward Jones-Kris Zerbe
-Books by Terrall
-Regional Health Custer Hospital & Clinic
-Custom Carpet Cleaning
-1881 Courthouse Museum
-Black Hills Parks & Forests Association
-First Interstate Bank
-Art Expressions Gallery & Gifts
-Monat Hair Care Products
-Jewels by JJ
-PR Marketing Group


There will also be several great non-profits in the Commons Area right when you walk in.  Be sure to check them all out and see all the amazing businesses and organizations in our area!  Remember to shop local, shop small, and shop often!


As a reminder, the Saturday of the Trade Show is the final day of Custer Restaurant Week.  There are 8 participating restaurants who are all offering amazing specials.  



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