dccradio
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Tuesday, August 3, 2010 11:58:56 AM
http://www.wausaudailyhe...openr=8030804&Ref=PH 

You can click the arrows to the right of the picture to navigate to the next picture or you can click show thumbnails under the picture.
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Matt C.
Tuesday, August 3, 2010 12:06:28 PM
Thanks for the link Mark. Good pic of Pat Repp layout out the lot.
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DanTheBooker
Tuesday, August 3, 2010 12:43:48 PM
My Friend Adam is on the lot. He reports that rides are: Freak Out, Pharaoh's Fury, Himalaya, Century Wheel, Mardi Gras, Tilt-A-Whirl, Star Ship 3000, Sizzler, Orbiter, Wacky Mouse, Coaster, Scooter, Fun Slide, Construction Zone, Mini Jets, Hampton Cars, Jumping Jumbos, Rainbow Rock, Carousel 3-Abreast,FreeFall, and Up, Up's
dccradio
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Tuesday, August 3, 2010 1:08:09 PM
Thanks for the ride list Dan, a very popular fair here in Central Wisconsin. This year there has been a lot of tv, radio and newspaper promotion for the event which is great to see. So far it has been all positive towards the carnival. At least what I have seen and heard.
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Tuesday, August 3, 2010 11:11:49 PM
pat repp (photo number 1) lol, is up there with his astro fair unit. He runs a great unit, moves fast and very clean.
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Pizzagod
Tuesday, August 3, 2010 11:32:23 PM
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Thanks for the ride list Dan, a very popular fair here in Central Wisconsin. This year there has been a lot of tv, radio and newspaper promotion for the event which is great to see. So far it has been all positive towards the carnival. At least what I have seen and heard.



Last year was our first in Wausau, and as popular as the Farrow unit was, we were welcomed with open arms. If you've never been to Marathon Park, it's one of the prettiest settings for a fairgrounds (especially a land-locked city fairgrounds) I've ever seen.

Everybody I talked to was excited to come back in spite of a horrific circus jump (the show came almost 300 miles after closing at 10:00, and we were ready to go today by 3, I came about 360 from Minnesota). In spite of near exhaustion, everything is up and looking sharp.
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indianacarnie
Wednesday, August 4, 2010 11:58:15 PM
wee ooo.... hate those things! nice fair i agree
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rodler
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Thursday, August 5, 2010 8:31:07 AM
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Thanks for the ride list Dan, a very popular fair here in Central Wisconsin. This year there has been a lot of tv, radio and newspaper promotion for the event which is great to see. So far it has been all positive towards the carnival. At least what I have seen and heard.



Last year was our first in Wausau, and as popular as the Farrow unit was, we were welcomed with open arms. If you've never been to Marathon Park, it's one of the prettiest settings for a fairgrounds (especially a land-locked city fairgrounds) I've ever seen.

Everybody I talked to was excited to come back in spite of a horrific circus jump (the show came almost 300 miles after closing at 10:00, and we were ready to go today by 3, I came about 360 from Minnesota). In spite of near exhaustion, everything is up and looking sharp.


RodB
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Thursday, August 5, 2010 8:34:23 AM
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Thanks for the ride list Dan, a very popular fair here in Central Wisconsin. This year there has been a lot of tv, radio and newspaper promotion for the event which is great to see. So far it has been all positive towards the carnival. At least what I have seen and heard.



Last year was our first in Wausau, and as popular as the Farrow unit was, we were welcomed with open arms. If you've never been to Marathon Park, it's one of the prettiest settings for a fairgrounds (especially a land-locked city fairgrounds) I've ever seen.

Everybody I talked to was excited to come back in spite of a horrific circus jump (the show came almost 300 miles after closing at 10:00, and we were ready to go today by 3, I came about 360 from Minnesota). In spite of near exhaustion, everything is up and looking sharp.





Wisconsin I think is one the nicest looking states to travel across.
RodB
Bgotthar
Thursday, August 5, 2010 8:12:13 PM
I can not believe you know have to wear a hard hat to set up rides.
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Ryan
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Friday, August 6, 2010 10:06:20 AM
NAME requires them at all spots for OSHA. Alot of the midwest shows use them now.

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I can not believe you know have to wear a hard hat to set up rides.


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dandyboy
Monday, August 9, 2010 9:37:31 PM
Im going to miss NAME for now
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