According to F4WOnline.com, the corporate offices for the company are being moved from Cummins Station in Nashville, where they have been since they opened up shop in 2002. According to the report, they have fallen behind on rent, and are being evicted by the station. They had originally been moved down to the basement of the building where the TV production is done, in order to cut back on costs.
They are now moving the corporate offices to the warehouse where they manufacture their merchandise, and TV production is being moved to North Star Offices in Nashville.
As if this wasn’t bad enough, TNA’s prospective new investors, haven’t purchased an interest in the company just yet. Unfortunately, it seems like they need to invest in order to keep TV production going.
Dixie Carter is supposedly trying to work out a deal that will allow her to keep control of the company, but the feeling is that the majority of the company will be sold one way or the other.
I just don’t know how much longer TNA can stay in business. With the recent departure of major talent such as Bobby Roode, Eric Young and Angelina Love, combined with the dire financial straits that continue to plague the company, it would be hard for anyone to want risk investing their money. I just feel bad for the talent that work their butts off to put out the best product possible. We’ll see what happens in the future.