Latitude 360 has closed, the entertainment venue famed for its sports, live music, bowling, food and gaming combination is now gone its inventory will be auctioned off in the next few days – The company’s debtors will be holding a two-day auction June 25-26.
Items up for bid on Saturday will include bowling balls, bowling shoes, more than 30 flat screen TVS and commercial kitchen supplies. Arcade games will be auctioned off on Sunday.
The business unexpectedly closed its doors in January after it was evicted from its location across from the Avenues Mall on Philips Highway. The landlord said the company owed nearly $3 million in back rent, the State Attorney’s Office then opened an investigation into the bounced paychecks the owner of Latitude 360 wrote to employees before the entertainment centre closed. The employees accused the now shut-down entertainment company and its founder and CEO, Brent Brown, of failing to pay their wages and currently in a legal process in tryying to get what they are owed.