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  • Fri, April 20, 2018 9:47 AM | Anonymous

      

    World Juggling Tour 2018... See Video Here

    Dear circus friends,

    Dear World Circus Day’s participants,

    We are pleased to send you the World Juggling Tour video based on an unprecedented  worldwide collaboration. With this video we want to pay tribute to the 250 years old modern circus during World Circus Day 2018, which is an emblematic, important day for the international circus community. 

     https://youtu.be/kKb6Jkbt5Cg

    We invite you to use widely this production during your World Circus Day celebrations.

    We hope that the World Juggling Tour initiated and carried on by the Federation opens the possibility of working together in other challenging projects in the future.  

    Happy World Circus Day and long live the circus!

    Best regards,

    Urs Pilz                   
    Zsuzsanna Mata
    President                                                           

    Executive Director
     

    Fédération Mondiale du Cirque - 5, avenue des Ligures MC 98000 Monaco

    T. : +377 92 05 26 00  F. : +377 92 05 26 22

    E-mail : admin@circusfederation.org

    Website : www.circusfederation.org

     



  • Thu, April 19, 2018 3:23 PM | Anonymous


    News for Immediate Release

     

    Gold Medal Hires Joe Macaluso as Vice President of U.S. & Canadian Sales

     

    Concession industry leader, Gold Medal Products Co. is pleased to announce the hire of Joe Macaluso as Vice President of Sales for the U.S. & Canada.

    In this role, Macaluso will be responsible for new business development, key relationship management, and sales leadership. He comes to Gold Medal with over 30 years of professional sales experience. The majority of his tenure was spent with Weaver Popcorn Company, most recently as Senior Vice President of Sales – Concession Division (U.S. and Canada). He has a solid history of consistently increasing revenue and strengthening strategic partnerships. His proven skills and accomplishments clearly demonstrate the value he brings to Gold Medal.

    “We feel privileged to have Joe Macaluso join the Gold Medal team. With sales knowledge that’s second-to-none and a well-respected reputation in the industry, he has all the characteristics necessary to drive success,” stated Gold Medal President, Adam Browning.

    Macaluso enters the role with innovation on his mind, “I chose Gold Medal because of their investment into physical and human resources and their unquestionable commitment to growth. As a company, they reach for higher expectations. I plan to work diligently to find ways to grow existing customer business and develop new opportunities that expand the size and scope of Gold Medal’s business.”

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    About Gold Medal Products Co.: Gold Medal is the global leader for concession equipment and supplies including: popcorn, cotton candy, Sno-Kones®, gourmet popcorn, fudge, nachos, funnel cakes, and more. The privately-held, family-run company began in 1931 and now employs more than 500 people across 15 locations, including its manufacturing headquarters in Cincinnati, OH, with a worldwide distribution network. Count on Gold Medal to deliver snacks, smiles & success!

     

    Heather Gims
    Communication Specialist
    Gold Medal Products Co.
    513-769-7676 ext. 2384

     

    10700 Medallion Drive | Cincinnati, Ohio 45241 |gmpopcorn.com
    twitter.com/GMPopcornFan | gmpopcorn.com/facebook

    For more information about the release or images, contact Heather Gims at
    800-543-0862 ext. 2384 or
     hgims@gmpopcorn.com.


  • Thu, April 19, 2018 3:12 PM | Anonymous


  • Thu, April 19, 2018 2:41 PM | Anonymous



    Since Steve and Julie Broetsky first took over Frazier Shows 16 years ago, the company has seen change and growth, in more ways than one...Read Story


  • Thu, April 12, 2018 5:16 PM | Anonymous


    Visions of daring acrobats, clowns, dancers and elephant acts are what many associate with circuses, but the Carson and Barnes Circuc, which is currently in Texoma, is considering dropping one of the acts that has become synonymous with the business...Read Story

  • Thu, April 12, 2018 4:53 PM | Anonymous


    By: Seasonal Employment Alliance

    THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018

    Yesterday, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirsten Nielsen testified at DHS’ FY19 Appropriations hearing. DHS' discretionary authority to issue up to 68,000 additional visas was brought up on several occasions. Here is a summary:... Read Story 


  • Thu, April 12, 2018 4:34 PM | Anonymous



    By: Matt Cook & Ron Weber

    WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2018

    When we began carnivalwarehouse.com in 1997, we thought the internet would be a great place to publish. The ability to get a story out quickly was exciting to us as trade publications at the time, like Amusement Business, had a lag time of a week and later, a month, to get the information to its readers. 

    ... Read Story

  • Tue, April 10, 2018 12:33 PM | Anonymous

    Skerbeck family builds carnival business on tradition

    Courtesy Photo An 1888 photograph shows the Skerbeck Troop, when family members were circus performers.

    The Skerbeck Family Builds Carnival Business by Tradition 

    The family behind the carnival rides at the Shiawassee County Fair knows the business well - they have been involved with it for more than 150 years.

    Now owned by the fifth generation, Skerbeck Brothers Shows has roots all the way back to 1857... Read Story

    By: Christina Guenthner / Argus-Press


  • Mon, April 09, 2018 8:41 PM | Anonymous

    SLA Commemorative Memorial Service

    The Showmen’s League of America will commemorate the 100th anniversary of Showmen’s Rest and pay tribute to the victims of the Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus on this the 100th year of the horrific train wreck. Services will take place May 17, 2018 at Woodlawn Cemetery, 7750 W. Cermak Road, Forest Park, IL 60130.

    The Memorial Program will be at “Showmen’s Rest” to honor the vision of our forefathers to provide this place of internment and commemorate those of our organizations that are laid to rest here and elsewhere.  We will also pay tribute to the members of the Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus who were laid to rest in Showmen’s Rest as a result of the horrific train wreck of June 22, 1918.

    We will begin assembling at the Woodlawn Cemetery Chapel at 11:00 am and start with a buffet style lunch at 11:30 am.  We will move to the site of Showmen’s Rest where Master of Ceremonies, Al Slaggert, will begin the Memorial Service at 1:00pm.   A ninety-minute service will encompass and reflect on the past works of our organizations, cover the spiritual aspects and the camaraderie of those past and present.

    Lunch is $25 per person. RSVP office@Showmensleague.org as seating is limited.

    Transportation from the Chapel to Showmen’s Rest is available for the elderly and handicapped


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