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Hard Rock Park sale approved

Hard Rock Park's new owner says he wants to keep the rock 'n' roll theme park's name and hire 750 employees to get the Myrtle Beach venture back up and running. A federal bankruptcy judge approved the sale of Hard Rock Park yesterday for $25 million. The 55-acre park is the biggest single investment ever in South Carolina tourism.

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if the price of gas stays

if the price of gas stays like it is it will be a good investment for the new buyer i feel so sorry for the person whom lost it and went through all the trouble and headache of first building it and having to sell itand going bankrupt because of gas and inflation ,i enjoyed the park it was well worth evevry penny i spent to get it plenty to do and see its really unbelievable ,rock climbing , roller coasters , swing rides , that ride that just puts you in a coma they got it,ice skating musical show , lots and lots of musical memoriablia ,movies ,shows its spectacular like being in las vegas they had a special if you brought your id and you were from either carolina you got 10 dollars off the 50 dollar regular price and had a concert to ,everything was included with the ticket purchase ,great food too