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Lawyers asking for more time in Hard Rock Park bankruptcy

Lawyers handling the bankruptcy for Hard Rock Park in Myrtle Beach are asking for more time to handle the case. Attorneys say they have been concentrating so hard on finding a buyer, that they haven't been able to review the other legal actions against the facility. Attorneys want to secure a buyer so it can open on time for the 2009 season. The $400 million, 55-acre amusement park opened in April. It filed for bankruptcy protection in September.

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At $50 a ticket

plus $10 to park, gas $3.95 a gallon, no wonder they couldn't make it. How are families supposed to save for this trip? And it's not worth $50 a person to get in. Even when they did the "30 minutes or free" deal they lost money.