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North American Midway Entertainment LLC

HQ Phone:  (601) 898-5533

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North American Midway Entertainment LLC

109 S Main St

Farmland, Indiana,47340

United States

Company Description

North American Midway Entertainment is an international company with Corporate Headquarters in Farmland, Indiana. We provide rides, games and food to fairs and festivals in 132 communities in 20 states and four Canadian provinces. We pride ourselves on buildin... more

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President of the International Unit Tony Diaz President of the International Unit Tony is the President of the International Unit of North American Midway Entertainment. He manages the largest traveling unit of NAME, the International Unit which travels to seven states and four Canadian provinces. Tony's biggest achievement has been the transformation of Conklin Shows unit into the best traveling midway unit in North America with an unparalleled safety record, the best uniform, staff management and recruitment policies and an unmatched midway beautification presentation. Tony is a former Director of the Board with the Outdoor Amusement Business Association and Past President of the Mid West Showman's League of America.


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Tony Diaz 2022 Fair Oaks Mission TX 78572 Phone: 601-842-8496 contact@gotofarrowshows.com www.gotofarrowshows.com
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The new ride will be the company's seventh coaster attraction, which includes the multiple water flumes the show carries over the road, according to Tony Diaz, North American Midway's president.
High demand for coasters accommodating all ages drove the acquisition. Overall, the Wacky Worm, a kiddie attraction, consistently ranks as the carnival's No. 1 grossing piece, Diaz said. Diaz, interviewed at the South Carolina State Fair in mid-October, said the show had a great run at the Tulsa (Okla.) State Fair, its first a Tulsa's fairgrounds went through a major facelift in the early 2000s and the property remains in pristine condition, Diaz said. The carnival opened on a Thursday and drew crowds every day, whether it was a Wednesday or a Saturday, he said. This year's event, Sept. 29 through Oct. 9, drew about 1.2 million in attendance and midway ride sales increased by 7 percent, according to fair officials. For the international unit, managed by Diaz, the move from Tulsa to Columbia was a smooth transition, Blomsness said. But unlike the State Fair of Texas, college football games next door to the fairgrounds do not necessarily translate to a boost in business, Diaz said. On Saturday, Oct. 22, the next-to-last day of the fair, the University of South Carolina Gamecocks played host to the UMass Minutemen before a less than capacity crowd at Williams-Brice Stadium, an 80,250-seat facility. The football program is in the middle of a down period, but in Diaz's opinion, the size of the crowds is not a factor. Unlike the State Fair of Texas, where the Texas-Oklahoma game is an integral part of the fairgoer's experience, "these folks have something else on their minds," Diaz said. "It's not like Dallas," he said. Rain fell eight of 11 days in Calgary and four of the last five days in Edmonton, Diaz said. The same held true at the London (Ont.) Fair, where it rained on both weekends. In Toronto, the Canadian National Exhibition was a different story with only one day of rain, he said.


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