quote:Originally posted by Show DriverWhy should any of that matter, if a person/persons takes the Challenge to make a carnival/fair happen by putting his name on the contract. everything goes according to plan. who cares what this one or that one ownes . unless you go in with a list/pictures of rides as a carnival owner to place his signature on a contract nothing matters.
quote:Originally posted by IndianaTED
quote:Originally posted by 42WLASounds like a suitcase job. I wouldn't get to excited.I appreciate all the warnings. I will remain cautiously optimistic!A bug in my ear tells me this is a one-and-done before the new holder of the contract, long-term, takes over. Said Show just couldn't make it happen this year. But couldn't they have just suitcased just as easily as Reithoffer could? with that in mind, I still think we will still be getting some of the Big R stuff.Believe me, we could just get a fraction of their stuff, and still be a step up from where we were at a week ago.
quote:Originally posted by 42WLASounds like a suitcase job. I wouldn't get to excited.
quote:Originally posted by JaggerSixcat are you gonna be in Rock Hill SC later this year with the orange unit?
quote:Originally posted by SueSuitcasing is subcontracting. One show signs the contract, then subcontracts with another show to cover the spot, totally or partially. Some big shows are known for doing that frequently. Reithoffer isn't usually one of them though. One show owner did that for many big spots for several years.thought this would help explain terms but suit casing isn't in here:http://welcometothefair.com/lingo/