Coming in the April 2003 issue:
- The Minnesota State Fair has had great success with their Independent Mighty Midway. Who was there and what did they bring?
- Take a walk Down Memory Lane with Stine Shows (Stine Amusements) predecessor to the current Smokey Mountain Amusements.
- Hailing from the Lone Star State, Kenny's Funland is a 29-ride show owned by the Maple family.
- Manufacturer's Showcase features:
+ a new enterprise, Fairswipe, LLC, a new electronic ticketing service;
+ a new industry auction firm that has been started- Spieth & Satow;
+ Advantage Rides has some new options for their Mini-Himalaya;
+ Cromers -who guarantees they offer "the worst in town" - has moved their facility;
+ Sellner Manufacturing highlights their newest entry to the spin ride family - Martian Madness.
- The International Independent Showmen's Foundation (IISF) Trade Show proved to be an interesting and fun event with hundreds of exhibitors ;and a variety of social functions and meetings, something for everyone.
- Meet some of the friendly showpeople Out and About on the Belle City Amusements lot in Aiken, South Carolina.
- Direct From the Lots features exhibitors at the Gibtown trade show.
- It was 99 years and counting for the Florida State Fair. New rides, new attractions and procedural innovations marked this grand annual event.
- Norton Auctioneers brought the gavel done on an industry auction that was punctuated with low prices on a variety of used equipment.
- The History of Train Shows follows Cavalcade of Amusements through a season in the Midwest. It also highlights one of the primary attractions- girl shows.
- Do you remember focuses on the 40-feet high Garbrick Spinner.
- Other featured departments include Midway Talk, Modeler's Corner, and Classified Ads.