Freestyle Music Park closing business offices

Posted | Contributed by Lord Gonchar

Freestyle Music Park is closing its business offices and laying off off-season staff until it makes final negotiations with potential investors. The park planned to reach an agreement with new investors by the end of January, but the transaction is taking longer than expected and operating money is running low, officials said Friday.

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Lord Gonchar's avatar

So the offices closed and everyone was laid off.

The website is gone too.


Jeff's avatar

Keeping the lights on is expensive!

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Vater's avatar

Who wants to try this for 2010? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

I'm busy this year, but I call dibs for 2011...

What we need are some corporate angels to swoop down and save the place. Perhaps some Knights....yes, Knights in white satin.


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^Funny, I was thinking "Another One (ownership group) Bites the Dust". ;)

All I have to say is... :)

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Mamoosh's avatar

UGH! Whatever you do, DO NOT click on Mike's link above. This one is much more apprpriate.

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Jerry's avatar

I think those are all in very bad taste - and not too family friendly...

This is far superior in my mind....

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ok.. Didnt click Moosh's link as he still owes me 9m of my life from his previous, however a LOL to Jerry..

Hey Apollo, I'm sure Freestyle wouldn't mind having you around..

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I know none of you will belive me. But, mine is not a Rick Roll link. This is what I thought of when I heard this story break.

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That sound has appeared on the podcast a few times and it certainly applies here.

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That's one of my favorite sound bites, and it certainly applies here perfectly. :)

So, have we possibly seen the last of this failure of a theme park, or what?

In the words of Willy Wonka, "You should never, ever doubt what no one is sure about."

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