The event has all sorts of electronics and more than 100 flea market vendors in the Hara Arena parking lot. Thousands are expected to walk through the doors this weekend into a the worlds largest amateur radio event.
“Dayton is a mecca in communications throughout the world, you’ll find computers, radio gear and all types of electronic gadgets” said Michael Kalter, Hamvention spokesperson.
Hamvention organizers anticipate a $15,000,000 economic impact this year on our region.
“It means a great deal not only to Dayton, to Trotwood, to the region well beyond the borders, we have 25,000 people visit us from all over the world” said Karen Wampler, Hara Arena marketing diretor.
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