Making frozen yogurt; clown motel for sale; Letterman’s new gigKitchen counters are getting crowded.Coffee machines, mixers and toasters vie with juicers, dehydrators and soda makers — and now there’s the Wim frozen yogurt maker.A clown-themed motel next to a reportedly haunted cemetery is going up for sale in rural Nevada — and the owner is insisting that the 600 clown figurines, mannequins and paintings get to stay.After 22 years, 79-year-old Clown Motel owner Bob Perchetti says it is time to find someone else to look after the place in Tonopah, about 250 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MAY 31, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - HOOPLA FROZEN YOGURT OF BROOME COUNTY, LLC
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