It's day two of the thirty-second annual KX Sports Show.
People of all ages from across the state have been gathering at the North Dakota State Fair Center this weekend.
With over 150 thousand square feet of exhibits ranging from boats and campers, to wildlife attractions in the state, the show brings in quite a crowd.
The KX Sports Show is for people of all interests and is a way to display any North Dakota made products.
(Mary Lingelbach, Owner of Gutter Topper ND) "Well Gutter Topper of North Dakota, we're celebrating our tenth year this year. We started, we actually introduced it at the North Dakota State Fair ten years ago, so we do the state of North Dakota and it's been a wonderful product."
Along with displaying different products and companies, the KX Sports Show is a place for organizations such as the Souris Valley and Wee Links Golf Courses to talk to people about their re-opening after the devastation of the 2011 Flood.
(Steve Kottsick, Pro Golfer at Jack Hoeven Wee Links Golf Course) "My real reason we're here is to let people know that the Jack Hoeven Wee Links will be open again this summer and Souris Valley Golf Course will be open again this summer. So I'm here to let people know that have questions about it, that we are going to be open again and we're really excited."
The KX Sports Show continues tomorrow from 11-5.