MARCH, 2003

Articles included in the March 2003 issue:

  • Gargano Amusements started out with a focus on being a family-oriented operation, and even though they are on a strong growth path, still maintain that priority

  • Jake Inners - owner of Majestic Midways- is another branch on the Inners Amusements tree. He is part of a family that for several generations has worked to provide fun and entertainment on American midways. 

  • Wade Shows covers a lot of miles in the course of a season. Visit with the show at two dates in Texas and at the Central Florida Fair. 

  • Down Memory Lane covers the Dell and Travers Shows

  • It was a peaceful meeting of North and South - North and South Carolina that is, at their annual fair association meeting.

  • Weather impacted the New York Fair Association meeting - but did not prevent them from conducting business and also having a good time. 

  • IAAPA is the show you never outgrow. An overview of the IAAPA Orlando 2002 event reveals what is new for the industry Lunch with Bernard Thomas was a featured show event

  • Go Out and About with J&J Amusements

  • Do You Remember the Garbrick Merry Mixer?

  • Manufacturers Showcase highlights one of the newest offerings from Hitch-Hiker Mfg. and some of the new options the company has available. Sellner Manufacturing has introduced the Star Command, space ships featuring new fun and thrills.

  • The History of Train Shows continues profiling Cavalcade of Amusements

  • In addition, there are regular features including Direct From the Lots, Midway Talk, Modelers Corner and Classified ads.