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December 14, 2008 12:01 AM

Hard Rock Park: The way the music died

In September 2002, Jon Binkowski and Steven Goodwin were in Los Angeles, trying to pitch their idea for a Myrtle Beach theme park to movie studios, when they got a call from Hard Rock International. The cafe, hotel and casino company wanted to see their plans for the proposed Hard Rock Park immediately. But the pair didn't have a plan for a rock 'n' roll theme park - just a generic park with roller coasters and a Ferris wheel.

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