Are you looking for a profitable venture for your fair, festival, or shopping mall? Take a look at one of the foremost efficiently managed entertainment offerings in the southern/mid-west region.
Happy World LLC is a family owned and operated carnival with state fair quality rides, rest areas, landscaping and modern concessions that provide a fun and friendly atmosphere. We are a member of many different industry trade organizations, and consider our involvement to be influential in the future growth and success of the amusement industry. Out employees are uniformed and easily identifiable while taking the utmost care in providing for the presentation and safety of the show and well-being of our customers.
Happy World LLC has been successful because our show is centered on the safety, care and concern of our patrons, business partners and employees. We provide security services as needed for each show to ensure a memorable entertainment experience.
We know you care about safety and we emphasize safety in every aspect of our show. Our employees are mindful of their surroundings and activities that may affect the safety of our patrons. All rides have a valid state safety inspection permit. Since we are in operation year round, our team performs ride inspections daily. Show equipment does not sit in storage. All rides are certified on a yearly basis and continuous maintenance is our policy.
The highly capable staff with Happy World organization works hard to meet your needs and respects your environment and property. We keep the area, including the customer parking area, clean at all times. We clean our location and the perimeter, during operating hours and after closing each night.
Happy World LLC offers a clean, safe and family oriented entertainment experience for you and your customers, with an attractive visual presentation and lot layout. In fact, our layout is designed to create a “park-like” atmosphere. The color and attractiveness of our carnival can add brilliance and excitement to your fair or venue….and attract customers.
Herman Harold Stombaugh and his wife, Josephine Elsie Haley Stombaugh, migrated to Joplin, MO from Hamburg, Germany in 1925.
Herman found employment in those hard times, and supported his family by working as a prize fighter. Eventually, both he and Josephine found work with Craft Amusements, which began the long association with the carnival industry. The couple worked with Perrell’s Broadway Shows and during that time, their daughter, Dean, met Gerald Exum, whom she married. The family then moved on to Cetlin and Wilson Shows. Herman moved four ferris wheels for that show, which was quite a feat.