Wednesday, May 25, 2005 9:03:22 PM
Davis Enterprises Buys B & B/Desert Star Attractions 

  •  MikeH
  • 50.24% (Neutral)
  • Maintenance Supervisor
Wednesday, May 25, 2005 9:09:09 PM
I wonder if they will share the Meth concession?
  •  Ryan
  • 57.38% (Neutral)
  • Lot Foreman
Wednesday, May 25, 2005 10:25:36 PM
I never even heard about them buying the first show, wish them well 
"If life was fair elvis would be alive and the impersonators would be dead"-carson
Patrick McGuire
Monday, May 30, 2005 5:11:36 PM
I wish I knew what spots Davis Enterprises plays this year. I can never find out. they have a lot of rides that interest me. If anyone knows anything about their spots please let me know
Patrick McGuire
Stockton, CA
Tuesday, June 28, 2005 6:08:17 PM
Hi Folks:

Davis Enterprises is based in the LA area. They tell me that it is not worth it for them to come up to Northern California unless the fair date is one of the larger ones. Also bear in mind that they only produce the midway at a couple of county fairs. Their mainstay is church and community fairs. They will be in Paso Robles, CA for the California MID-State Fair this year(August). This will be the second year of a 3 or 5 year contract.

Lat year they brought about 30-40 rides to the event. They were Giant Wheel, tilt, spider, round up, Wave Swinger, Zipper, Large Bumper Cars, Himalaya, their new Flying Bob, Gravatron, Super Loop, dark ride, Hanglider, Wild Mouse Roller Coaster (from steve Vandervorst). Missing from the "large ride lineup" was the Sky Diver and Paratrooper. There was the usual assortment of kiddie rides.

One final thing. At this fair, the ride prices are deceided by the fair officials. As such the rides are a lot more expensive than usual.

Best Regards,

Mike Croaro
  •  Pinetar
  • 87.34% (Honored)
  • Operations Foreman
Tuesday, June 28, 2005 7:31:45 PM
Has Larry sold much of his equipment?
Tuesday, June 28, 2005 9:08:31 PM
Hi Folks:

Regarding Larry Davis's rides: At one point he had most of them for sale. But then he realized that he would have to pay such high taxes that he deceided to hold on to them. I don't know if he ever sold them. I know his daughter & son-in-law who own Helm and Sons Carnival had his Flying Bob at the 2003 Sonoma County Fair.

Best Regards,

Mike Croaro
Patrick McGuire
Thursday, June 30, 2005 3:15:57 PM
Is it true that Davis has a Trabant in storage with the original designs? If so I wonder if it will ever run again. American Traveling Shows has a Casino out here that is fast and fun. I wish I could find an older style Trabant that operates the same way.
Patrick McGuire
Stockton, CA