BMWCMF Improves Signage

traffic signBROWNSVILLE, Ore. — The annual migration to the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Festival is happening now.

The music began Friday morning, with the bigger stars and entertainers taking the stage at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.

Campers say they’ve had fewer problems and less frustration getting to the venue. Organizers and law enforcement say that’s not a coincidence.

“They’ll see that we have increased signage from I-5 all the way to Highway 228 getting here, really, identifying where you’re going, understand what you’re headed to, where you’re parking at before you get here. We’ve got it all well signed so you can get here safely and quickly,” said Don Leber, Bi-Mart director of advertising.

Organizers are encouraging people traveling from the north to use the Highway 34 exit, head east, and then south on 7 Mile Lane into Brownsville, easing the load on I-5 and Highway 228.

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