Myrtle Beach, SC - HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Businesses surrounding Freestyle Music Park say they've felt little effect from the park shutting its doors nearly one year ago.
"It impacted my business in a positive manner," Ed Hagins, owner of MyrtleBeachAuctions.com, said.
Hagins' business sits just across the street from where Freestyle's entrance once stood. Hagins said he still gets some questions from customers about the park's future, but most people he said choose to ignore it.
"I hope somebody rents it. I think its still a viable idea in my mind anyway," Hagins said.