Erik9976
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Sunday, November 2, 2003 4:49:05 AM
Bill Heard Chevrolet has a carnival set up at his dealerships many times during the year. Is this something new or have car dealerships been doing this for a while?
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Matthew
Sunday, November 2, 2003 4:58:36 AM
Never heard of this before but I guess it could be a promotional thing.
2ndgencarnie
Sunday, November 2, 2003 7:43:58 AM
I have rented inflates to many car dealers and ever the Jeanie once. However i wouldn't do it unless there was a flat rate like on the rentals.
Hoffa
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Sunday, November 2, 2003 8:12:07 AM
I've done a dealership as a rental with a Slide, M-G-R, Hampton, Train and a Swinger.
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babyhughie
Sunday, November 2, 2003 8:58:11 AM
there is a large chevy dealership in birch run michigan that has a carnival every year.
BSA Mike
Sunday, November 2, 2003 9:13:00 AM
Quote:

quote:


Originally posted by Hoffa

I've done a dealership as a rental with a Slide, M-G-R, Hampton, Train and a Swinger.



you must have gotten a pretty penny for that one
Ryan
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Sunday, November 2, 2003 11:38:53 AM
Theres a couple that do that in chicago, book a ride or 2.

Now if you want to talk about super afternoon gig, ask about other rentals.
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Hoffa
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Sunday, November 2, 2003 1:49:36 PM
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Posted - 11/02/2003 : 3:13:00 PM


quote:

Originally posted by Hoffa

I've done a dealership as a rental with a Slide, M-G-R, Hampton, Train and a Swinger.





you must have gotten a pretty penny for that one




Comparable to a Century Wheel for a bank around Christmas[;)]
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dccradio
Sunday, November 2, 2003 2:34:12 PM
A couple of years ago when we lived in Alabama there was a train ride and an inflatable set up at a dealership in Dothan, along with a stage of live music and a food stand.
Mark H
Skywheelrider
Sunday, November 2, 2003 3:08:36 PM
Seems like Walt Michael's RV Centre in Belleville, Michigan has kiddies rides once a month in the Spring and Summmer for a Satuday and Sudnay. I think Mike Roll would know about this place, always looks like G.T.A. Amusements' stuff. The place is on the north side of I-94 just east of Belleville Road for those that know the area. [:)]
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Majestic Fan1982
Sunday, November 2, 2003 4:48:48 PM
All i have ever seen around here is a moon bounce and food joints and such when Thomas Chevorlette brings their cars up the street to the local mall parking lot and sells them for half price and such. I would be shocked to see a full sized carnival though. But then again weird stuff pops up all the time here in PA.
Ryan
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Sunday, November 2, 2003 5:17:16 PM
WCA does rentals in chicago all the time. They do one for a major company, 4 hours on a saturday in august, century wheel, super sizzler, tilt, plus 2 other big rides, game trailers, food trailers. It's a pretty cool gig.
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