Results of study could lead local officials to help finance Nashville park

Posted Thursday, October 17, 2002 5:01 AM | Contributed by Raptor Pilot

By Friday, Wilson County, Tennessee, officials expect to have the results of a study on the feasibility of building a theme park. The results could help lay the groundwork for a deal between the county and Louisville, Ky.-based Themeparks LLC, which has been looking for about a year to build a theme park in the Nashville area.

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Thursday, October 17, 2002 5:29 AM
Themeparks LLC could use the million dollar settlement they recieved to finance the study. Or, they could buy a 2 million dollar coaster for Magic!

Why is it when it comes to Magic Springs, or Themeparks.LLC the topic dies.

This company has saved a park that was listed on www.defunctparks.com, they have a great Rosser/Cobb woodie-The Arkansas Twister, an excellent mine ride-Big Bad John, and it's in a great setting-a national forest.

I really believe the park was correct when they called me the "rabid" Magic Springs fan.


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