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The Family Behind The Business

There are four generations of Hausers that operate West Coast Amusements three travelling units, which travel to different locations with over 300 people in order to accommodate a wide variety of clientele. The carnival life is in the Hauser family blood.

The family generations continue the tradition, all actively involved in the carnival business.


Read about the origin of West Coast Amusements, and the man who made it all possible.


West Coast Amusements employs the best people in the business.


We have over 100 rides to choose from, and your all-day wristband will let you ride all of them (if you can).

Unit 2 – Operated by Robert & Wendy Hauser

Robert and Wendy Hauser, son and daughter-in-law of Bingo and Jackie, manage West Coast Amusements’ unit 2. Robert (Bob) manages operation while Wendy manages the show office. Bob and Wendy have brought many innovations to the carnival industry. Stephanie and Rino Buttazzoni, daughter and son-in-law of Bob and Wendy Hauser, are involved in West Coast Amusements’ unit 2. They own and operate Buttazonni amusements, a variety of popular fair food concessions.

Operated by Rob and Tarah Hauser – Unit 3

Jackie Hauser started unit 3 in 1980. Robbie and Tarah Hauser (Jackie’s grandson and his wife) now own, operate and manage the unit.

Unit 4 – Operated by Darcy and Jaclyn Benson

Jaclyn and Darcy Benson, daughter and son-in-law of Bob and Wendy Hauser, manage unit 4. They also own and operate rides and concession stands a part of Triple A Concessions.

Supporting The Industry

West Coast Amusements actively supports many industry-related organizations. Members of the Hauser family have volunteered their time in Clubs and Associations and serve as director on several Boards. By being involved in the organizations that represent the carnival industry, WCA does its part to keep the amusement industry safe and growing.

Giving Back To The Community

Food Banks – WCA partners with numerous Food Banks along their route by offering discounted ride tickets to customers in exchange for food donations Pacific Assistance Dogs Society – WCA is proud to have donated thousands of dollars to this wonderful organization Charities – WCA generously donates to many other charities across North America Chilliwack & Langley Minor Hockey Teams – WCA has sponsored and given donations to support their hometown teams.

WCA is also a member of the Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce, and helps organizations like Salvation Army, and Make a Wish Foundation.


  • We would like to thank you for the many hours of fun that you and your staff provided for me and my three girls. This was the first year that my girls had the experience of the fair and the midway. Your ride operators were nothing less than WONDERFUL- even when the girls were excited and began to run, the ride operators took the time to explain the safety side of having fun. Thank you so much again.

    Kerry-Jo Knutson Melfort Fairgoers
  • The kids’ ride operators go above and beyond, making the kids enjoy the ride. It's nearly the end of the day and they are still going strong. It is a pleasure to watch them do their jobs!

    Debbie Burnaby, BC
  • The Williams Lake Salvation Army Food Bank extends to you a very large THANK YOU! Past campaigns have brought in thousands of pounds of food which will provide hampers for at many deserving families or couples. We would like to extend heartfelt gratitude for your support and hope to be able to continue working with you in the future.

    Randy Kadonaga Captain Corps Officer - Williams Lake Salvation Army
  • The ride operators on the Wacky Worm and Monkey Ride were fantastic! We had an awesome experience!

    Anonymous Saskatoon, SK
  • To our friends at West Coast Amusements from all of us at the Food Bank we would like to thank you so much for you continued support and generosity. We truly appreciate the support you offer us each year. Looking forward to working with you in the near future.

    Bernadette Siracky Executive Director - Kamloops Food Bank
  • Thank you for the donation of food we were presented with from the Kiwanis Club on behalf of you, West Coast Amusements. Amata is a transition house serving the women and children of Quesnel (and adjoining communities) fleeing abusive relationships. We provide help, support and advocacy for women and children during their stay with us. Support is always appreciated as we are a non-profit society. We appreciate your donation to this much needed service.

    Clint Fleming Front Line Support Worker - Amata Transition House
  • The Tugboat operator was so helpful when we went on. I have a child in a wheelchair and he helped us get on and off the ride. We enjoyed the day so much because of this.

    Danni Leidal Red Deer, AB