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Matt Rogers Runs Wild At The 'MAN SHOW'

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MATT ROGERS: I had a chance to preview the 1st annual 'MAN SHOW' Friday morning at the Spokane County Fair & Expo Center. From car bashing to man caves, if you're a real man you can't miss it! There are activities ranging from BBQ competitions, MMA action, live bands, beer gardens and more!

The Man Show is happening November 15, 16 and 17 at the Spokane Country Fair & Expo Center.

The Spokane Man Show celebrates all things "MAN!" However, there are activities the entire family will enjoy. There will be over 130,000 square feet of exhibit space, tons of food and a huge beer garden. Those who attend will have access to exclusive show specials and huge holiday savings and there will be thousands in prizes given away!

Are you man enough for the man show?

Visit www.ManShowSpokane.com for more information.


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