Led Zeppelin rollercoaster saved from bankruptcyFebruary 20th, 2009 - 2:16 pm ICT by ANI
February 20 (ANI): The Led Zeppelin rollercoaster at South Carolina’’s Hard Rock Park has been saved from bankruptcy and liquidation, with a new ownership group stepping in to buy it.
According to Contactmusic, FPI MB Entertainment has bought the park for 25 million dollars.
The entertainment website says that the parks new owners are planning to re-open it this summer.
The previous owners of the park had filed for bankruptcy in September last year, just five months after the Myrtle Beach tourist attraction opened and Zeppelin’’s The Shake, Rattle & Roller Coaster first took a spin. (ANI)
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