Bankruptcy won't stop the beat - The ...

Bankruptcy won't stop the beat - The Park Record

There are 5 comments on the Park Record story from Dec 17, 2010, titled Bankruptcy won't stop the beat - The Park Record. In it, Park Record reports that:

The Veterans War Memorial Building at 427 Main Street is leased to a company called A3.

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Caveat Emptor

Salt Lake City, UT

#1 Dec 17, 2010
Just a suggestion that you fact check what your "sources" say, before your reporting gets published here. Please double check, but I am sure you will find that Ford Motor Company has never, ever, gone bankrupt. That is one reason why their sales have done well, because the average American car buyer appreciates their avoidance of any bailout from the federal government, taxpayers, or creditors.
On the other hand, General Motors and Chrysler both went thru an accelerated form of bankruptcy, accepted federal government bailouts to restructure their debts.
Neither automaker has achieved financial stability on even the most generous terms, and in my humble opinion will not last as standalone businesses thru this decade.

As for the beloved Harry O's - cash on delivery are the only terms of doing business with these guys. Please folks, no whining if you get "stiffed", you have been warned. Even Questar seems to have figured that out....

Salt Lake City, UT

#2 Dec 18, 2010
If memory serves, Chrysler got a $1.5 billion infusion from Jimmy Carter's congress. Commonly known until last year as the Chrysler Bailout, it made history as the first time the national government intervened in funding a single, private corporation on that scale. Made the cover of Time magazine, and launched Lee Iacocca on the national stage. They were able to hang on for another 30 years until 1989 when they got bailed out again by another indulgent administration and a bankruptcy judge who threw hundreds of years of debtor-creditor law under the bus. Like a great hurricane, the earlier Chrysler Bailout is now forgotten and replaced in popular conscious by the more recent bailout. I guess the "fool me once, fool me twice" saw only applies when you remember the first instance.
Griswold Victim

United States

#3 Dec 19, 2010
"Well-known" businessman Kenny Griswold has a warrant out for his arrest. Kenny and Mimi Griswold are the Bonnie and Clyde of Park City, and hopefully the State will put them away for a very long time.
Harry Os Observer

Salt Lake City, UT

#4 Dec 19, 2010
They have not paid RENT and filed bankruptcy twice this year already. Why do you think the building will be upset as they are squatting in the space without paying rent? They are on Cash on Delivery with vendors because they do not pay their bills. This is about Dimitri and Konstantine running bad business and piling up lies, selling hype and debt. Going strong for Sundance? where is the lineup of artists and musicians? NOT...

Ogden, UT

#5 Dec 19, 2010
i say let's kick em out and do something awesome with the space.

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