Restaurant Owner Buys Texas Ghost Town, Renames It “Bikinis”

Doug Guller, is the millionaire founder of the American restaurant chain “Bikinis”, where your food is served to you by buxom waitresses wearing two-piece swimwear. He is also now the owner of a deserted ghost town in Texas and plans to rename it after his restaurant chain.

The town of Bankersmith was home to only around 20 people between 1949 and 1961, but since then its population has dwindled to zero.Bankersmith was originally named after Temple Doswell Smith, a successful Fredericksburg banker who helped fund the railroad’s construction and was given the honor of driving the last spike in the tracks in 1913

The rights to the town were sold on Craigslist and after renaming the municipality Guller plans to turn Bikinis, Texas into a world class destination.



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