Michigan traveler’s club files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy

by DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC on March 1, 2011

Nomad’s Inc., a travel club founded in 1965, recently filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy.  The travel club was the only club in the United States with its own airplane, a Boeing 727.

The club filed the petition for bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Detroit.  Nomad listed the Boeing 727 as their largest asset worth around $2.5 million.  In total, the bankruptcy filing listed assets of $3,900,798 and liabilities of $3, 917,944.

Club officials said that they attempted to sell the club after they were cut off by fuel suppliers and could not make payroll obligations, but they could not find a buyer.

To discuss your options for filing for bankruptcy protection in Milwaukee with an experienced bankruptcy attorney, contact the Milwaukee chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyers of DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC at 414-377-0518 today.

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