Gadsden, AL

#1 Feb 29, 2012
is this project moving forward??
Common Sense

Cullman, AL

#2 Apr 25, 2012
Just for Information purposes only the ALBERTVILLE INVESTMENT PARTNERS, LLCe AFEC is in Standing - Tax:
Initial Filing:
Inactive Date:
Standing - Tax:
Wow somebody saved the City of Albertville 10 million dollars and they are not even running for office :):) lmaof
oh my

Gadsden, AL

#3 May 2, 2012
I guess that means no haha
yes it is

Anniston, AL

#4 May 20, 2012
it's onward upward, the project still stands!
Common Sense

Birmingham, AL

#5 Dec 22, 2012
The Starmax Facility in which te Albetville Cty Council visited in New Mexico is failing and bleeding money. he Luna County had to take back theoperation. Why you ask? Because William Kellen the man the city council so trusted and was involved with the Albertville Investment Partners LLC. Bailed when it failed. He provided great and wonderful numbers to Deming New Mexico also. Funny thing is just a month prior to this failure he was in another city providing them grand numbers.(next post) Somebody needs to do more homework.
Starmax director and AFEC president ... , 16 Sept 2012 [cached]
Starmax director and AFEC president Bill Kellen has been at the helm of the theater and bowling alley complex since his company took over and was reached for his thoughts on the facility's future.
"It was just nobody's fault. It's just, like I said, the economy and if you look at USA Today, right on the first page of Section D,'Movies Off,'" he said, citing the headline of a recent article detailing the lackluster Summer movie season. "That's typical of the movie industry. You have real good movies, you make real good money."
When Kellen's company took over management, county manager John Sutherland, Jr., was head of county administration and led negotiations with Kellen for the operating contract.
Common Sense

Birmingham, AL

#6 Dec 22, 2012
Wow does this sund familiar?? Sounds like same article we read in Sand Mountain Reporter? Note the date one month things are great next onth it's the economy? SCAM. SMR should follow up on this. , 19 June 2012 [cached]
At Tuesday night's council meeting, councilors heard a presentation on a feasibility study for a family entertainment center presented by Bill Kellen, CEO of American Family Entertainment Centers.
Kellen was paid by the Roosevelt County Community Development Corporation to complete this study after a few councilors took a trip to Deming, a town of a similar size, to see one of AFEC's centers.
Kellen also looked at the money Portales loses to surrounding entertainment venues in other cities such as Clovis' movie theater, saying that the center will stop that outgoing revenue and Thomas agrees.
Thomas feels Kellen was conservative with the numbers used to get results in the report and says there are more places to make money when they look at it.

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