SIDNEY - A Nebraska Panhandle radio station kicked off their 31st Annual Spring Expo Saturday morning at the Cheyenne County Fairgrounds in Sidney, featuring over 30 area businesses and organizations. 

The KSID Spring Expo gives vendors an opportunity to meet with with people face-to-face and gave them a chance to showcase their products, services and goals. 

987 The Big Boy and Cheyenne County Country host the annual expo every year in Sidney. The event started at 10 a.m. Saturday and continues Sunday until 4 p.m.

Some of the vendors included the Cheyenne County Sheriff’s Office, Region 21 Emergency Manager, the Sidney Volunteer Fire Department, PlainsWest CASA and the High Plains Arts Council.

Nick Sutton is the owner of Sutton Home Gallery in Sidney and said he comes to the expo every year.

“The expo is a blast," Sutton said. "What KSID does every year is amazing. It’s a real traffic driver for us and we definitely appreciate being involved in it.”

Sutton said the expo already had a good turnout by Saturday morning. 

“Come on out to the expo and check us out,” Sutton said. “It’s a great time and you get to see what all the local businesses have to offer. It definitely shows you that Sidney has more to offer than what most people think.”

Amanda Sharman is CEO of her own clothing company, Sharman Industries, where customers can pick out the color of shirt and the design they want. Sharman can print it at her booth in 30 seconds.

“Good event. I’m excited,” Sharman said. “Lots of families here, lots of familiar faces, good’s just a really neat environment,”

Sharman’s booth had all her own designs for shirts.

“It's just nice for everybody to get out, get some fresh air, and see what everybody has to offer,” Sharman said.