Local officials turned down the offer cold, citing their own lack of available money, according to the Myrtle Beach newspaper website.
A minimum bid of $35 million was required to enter the auction for the shuttered $400 million theme park. Still awaiting official word from the Delaware bankruptcy court if there were indeed no bidders at that price.
What's next, though? A live on-site auction as the park's rides and equipment are sold, piece by piece? It really does sound like this park might be gone for good now.Tweet
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