Environmental studies are being conducted at the former paper mill, according to those working on the project.
2. SPOOKY NOOK FOUNDER, LEADERS VISITING HAMILTON
For many months, Spooky Nook founder Sam Beiler and others with his leadership team have been making the eight-hour drive to Hamilton to meet with city leaders and athletic organizations to develop relationships.
“We have people coming out who are looking for sponsorship opportunities, meeting with some of the brands that are in this area that may want to come and reach the audience that will come to our facility,” Snavely said.
3. EMPLOYEES REACHING OUT TO SPORTS GROUPS, BUSINESSES
Spooky Nook employees who direct relationships with various sports, such as softball, have been making trips to Butler County, as has the director of athletic operations, according to Snavely.
“If you were a tournament director who was coming in to host a tournament, and you decided you wanted us to handle your housing for you, we’re the ones that are reaching out to the local hotels, our staff, to get the relationships, get the rates, lock in the rooms for them as well,” Snavely said.
The hotel at Spooky Nook’s Pennsylvania facility has 135 rooms. Hamilton’s is to be “slightly larger than that,” he said.