The Why- 0117 - Victor Matheson The Why

Table Talk: Good News

 Everything we heard before was verified by multiple sources that they were losing alot of money every month and in trouble.

Now we are hearing some new owners have bought part of the company , not sure of percentage, pumping money into the company.

Let's hope this is able to turn the company back into being profitable again.







Comments

Anonymous said…
I hope things work out for the employees sake.
Anonymous said…
He's back. Just read an article from Grant Welker about the developers of the Table Talk site seeking funding from MassDevelopment. Sounds like more public money funding these projects.
Anonymous said…
Just read the article and at least funding is going to something useful, housing. It got me thinking about family entertainment like Polar Park. My kids love water parks and there isn't a good one in the area. Who in the City do I speak to for them to build me a water park, I will pay for some of it but I am sure that a lot of ice cream stands and maybe a Coney Island hot dog cart will open up to help pay for the water park. Come on take a chance because my kids love water parks.
Anonymous said…
The article says 59 units. Did this project decease in size? I thought it was 80 units.
Anonymous said…
As to the water parks issue, there is a reason that the ones around here are all indoors.

We can only use them 2-3 months a year otherwise. You can never not lose money with a traditional water park in the northern US
Anonymous said…
The City said we wouldn't lose money on a ball park. How is that working out for us!