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I was a volunteer at the PAC for many years prior to my leaving Ashland and, to my knowledge, the theater was never owned personally by Paul Blazer. The building was owned by the Foundation for the Tri-State Community for many years after it reopened. I think Blazer was a major supportor of this group. The ownership of the building was transferred to the Paramount Arts Center, Inc. in 2000 (I think it was 2000) after major renovations. I can check with the GM of the theater to be sure I'm right but I am pretty sure I am. Dblevins2 04:13, 21 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Greetings. The web site says "1972 - Led by Ashland Oil CEO Paul Blazer, Jr., the Greater Ashland Foundation (now the Foundation for the Tri-State Community) is formed; first project is the purchase of the Paramount Theatre and the establishment of a performing arts center in the building". So I guess you're right. Feel free to re-word. Thanks, – Quadell(talk) (sleuth) 14:44, Mar 21, 2005 (UTC)