Posted Friday, May 9, 2008 10:18 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Bankruptcy Judge Robert Nugent on Thursday approved the $2 million sale of the park to Tulsa-based Murphy Brothers Exposition, which is tentatively scheduled to close on May 30. The deal also will include Murphy Brothers taking on the $1 million mortgage that Park City has on the parking lot. Jerry Murphy, owner of Murphy Brothers plans to reopen the park in 2009. He wants to change the name, add rides and make other improvements.
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It will be neat to see what Murphy Brothers puts in for an A-Ticket attraction. Other than carnival rides, I wonder what they have in terms of coasters and shows.
The largest ride they had was a Reverchon spinning Mouse and a log flume that never opened (or did for a week)
Personally, i liked the Name Wild West World, but it is good to distance themselves from it.
They could always hit up the Geauga Lake auction...
*** This post was edited by kpjb 5/9/2008 5:41:21 PM ***
I once thought rides where referred to as A B C and D levels starting with your A-Level rides as your major ones.
What does "E-Ticket actually mean?
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