KidShow Provides Companies an Opportunity to Increase Sales and Sign Ups – Perfect for Companies Who Are Looking to Reach the Parent Market 

Known as Northeast Ohio’s best and longest running free kids event, the KidShow returns to Great Lakes Mall in Mentor for the twenty-fourth year on Saturday, March 25 from 11am to 6pm.  This will be one BIG day for one REALLY BIG show!  Each year this event brings thousands of families from all over Northeast Ohio to the mall seeking resources for services and products.  Registration is now open for exhibitor sign up by visiting and clicking “Exhibit at the KidShow.”  Exhibit space is $345 near the entertainment stage, $245 throughout the mall and $200 for non-profit organizations.  


Designed to get good information into busy parents’ hands, the KidShow is an ideal setting for companies to showcase their products and services while having the opportunity to be in front of their potential customer.  Perfect for participation are schools and daycares, sports and entertainment, health and fitness, home and financial, music and activities, camps, vacations and just about anything and everything having to do with kids.  Participating companies can expect to enroll new students, share information, increase sign-ups, demonstrate products, sell products and build brand awareness.  


New this year is the KidShow Pet Zone featuring a variety of exhibitors and vendors for pet products and services.  “Pets are such a big part of the family that we felt it was time to devote an area for our furry and reptile friends,” states KidShow Owner, Patty Perry.  


On-site presence provides companies the opportunity to talk directly to parents, grandparents and families.  Realizing not everyone can be on-site, additional ways to participate in the KidShow are available and include the Goody Bag Marketing Program (marketing material distribution), prize donations and mascot participation.  To be a part of the KidShow email or call 440.974.1198.  Visit for all the KidShow details.



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