Posted Friday, March 2, 2012 10:19 AM | Contributed by Jeff
One year ago today, local leaders stood in a field on Jim Warren Road east of Interstate 65 to announce a theme park was coming that would bring plenty of jobs and tourist dollars to the area. Dubbed Festival Tennessee, the $750 million, 1,500-acre project was to have not only the theme park but two resort hotels with 4,000 rooms each, 80 restaurants, a charter school, sports complex and a shopping outlet. Now 12 months later, the spot of land remains just an empty field.
Read more from The Tennessean.
Same old story. Any time some developer comes out of the blue with pie-in-the-sky plans for some new park, take the announcement with a metric ton of salt.
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This is the guy with the shady past from Vegas, yes? I look forward to seeing where he pops up next after he disappears from Tennessee. Easy work for whoever gets the assignment for the paper, wherever that will be. Just swap a few names and locations and you're set.Last edited by BullGuy, Sunday, March 4, 2012 1:20 AM
Never Has Gravity Been So Uplifting.
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