And as crews spruce up the fairgrounds after a highly successful fair, organizers also getting great news.
Fair-goers already had plenty of reasons to show up, great weather, good food, lots of rides, you can now add low crime to that list.
Officials say crime was down from last year and that will keep those that bring the fair to town coming back.
It takes a lot of work for Scott MacNeil and his team at Deggeller Attractions to get ready for the Arkansas State Fair.
"If you have two days you do it in two days, you do a little painting on this or repair on that."
All to take it down...
"Normally we do it in about 12 to 14 hours."
Hard work, these guys say, is well worth it.
"It's all about the little kids with their smiles."
And all about keeping everyone safe.
According to the Little Rock Police Department crime at the fair this year is way down compared to last.
According to the 2011 Fair Report, there were 11 crimes reported, ranging from disorderly conduct to theft.
This year officials say there were only six.
Head of security at the fair Uriel Johnson attributes the low numbers to an increase in police presence.
"And the visibility of the police in and around the fairgrounds."
Something workers like Scott noticed as well.
"That was really good and I think it has to do with everybody the public, the way you treat people."
Good concept and low crime keeping Deggeller Attractions and fair-goers coming back for more.
"We've been doing the fair here for a few years now and we love it here."