(I don't understand why somebody would want to buy their ten acres when there are about six 'green' acres on the corner of Memphis and Tiedemen , and at least another ten acres in the former Ames lot.)
I saw an interesting thing when I started looking on the County Auditors site to figure out who was buying the property. I went to the Memphis Drive-In website to look for their address and saw this statement on their home page
THANKS AGAIN FOR A GREAT SEASON
and 52 MEMORABLE YEARS
Now....we wait and see !
Although we have not yet sold the theater, offers are being accepted for concession and projection equipment.
This equipment will not be sold, until, if, and when, the final property purchase documents are signed
Until documentation is signed IT IS NOT a DONE DEAL !
BEFORE YOU BEGIN - THIS IS ONLY AN OFFER FROM YOU, TO PURCHASE EQUIPMENT, IF THE MEMPHIS DOES SELL THE PROPERTY.So, all is not lost.
ALL OFFERS AND RIGHTS TO BUY ARE OFF, NULL and VOID, SHOULD THE PROPERTY SALE NOT GET SIGNED.
If the sale does go through and you are looking to install a big screen TV in your backyard, they have a blog that will update the public on any property sales questions