Articles included in the June 2001 issue:
- The Miami-Dade County (Fla.) celebrated its 50th anniversary with a midway presented by Conklin Shows and featuring rides from a number of other midways including Cumberland Valley Shows.
- An overview of the history of Conklin Shows demonstrates that it demonstrates a heritage of innovation.
- Southland Amusements is still going strong at 45 years with Ivene Staunko still at the helm (Conclusion)
- Lebanon, Tennessee, is home to the Cumberland Valley Shows, where their facility offers them a place to restore, refurbish and store rides and attractions.
- The Carnival Museum in Gibtown is now home to a well preserved Royal American Shows' wagon
- Midway personality offers two for the price of one with independent concessionaires BobWallace and Bill Jackson
- Bill Hames Shows is 91 years young and under General Manager Alan Cockerham, is meeting the challenges of the business.
- Chance Industries has filed for Chapter 11 and is in the process of reorganizing in order to remain a profitable company. They have also signed a letter of intent to merge with D.H.Morgan. a California coaster manufacturer.
- Razorback Amusements started their spring 2000 season with a date in Benton, Arkansas
- Midwest Midways and Fantasy Amusements join forces and bring rides and attractions to the south
- The History of Train Shows (Pt. XIX) traces the purchase of the Mighty Sheesley Shows by Kortes and Vaught. A trademark of the Sheesley show was their yellow train.
- Do You Remember the Schiff Tower Slide and the new version by Wisdom Industries?
- Manufacturer's Showcase spotlights offerings from Gold Medal Products and from Bertazzon & Bertazzon
- Plus, standard features including Direct From the Lots, Midway Talk, Industry Movers & Shakers, and Modeler's Corner