LOS ANGELES, CA / January 11, 2024/ — Hell is about to heat up! In a move that’s sure to raise eyebrows and send tourist postcards flying, The Phone Up Studios, a renowned entertainment company, has officially acquired the devilishly delightful town of Hell, Michigan.
After simmering on the market for nearly eight years, the once-sleepy town with a fiery name has found itself in the fiery embrace of a visionary entertainment entrepreneur. The December 2023 purchase marks a turning point for Hell, promising an inferno of exciting developments under the leadership of The Phone Up Studios, CEO, Felipe Vasquez.
“Owning my own town has always been a dream, I plan to make this the biggest town in Michigan eventually, more is yet to come ” Vasquez declared in a recent interview with Voyage San Antonio and Newsbreak”.
Vasquez, now officially the mayor of Hell, has grand plans for his fiery fiefdom. He envisions an expansion of the town’s infrastructure, attracting new businesses and residents, and transforming Hell into a vibrant entertainment hub that wouldn’t look out of place in a Hollywood blockbuster.
But fear not, residents of Hell! While the town might be getting a makeover, its unique charm and devilish sense of humor are here to stay. The iconic red devil statues, kitschy gift shops, and tongue-in-cheek events like the “Devil’s Half Marathon” are all part of the package.
“We’re not erasing Hell’s history,” assures a The Phone Up Studios, spokesperson. “We’re building on it, adding new layers of excitement and opportunity while preserving the town’s quirky character.”
So, what does the future hold for Hell? Theme park rides themed around Dante’s Inferno? A casino with a fiery twist? A reality show documenting the town’s transformation? One thing’s for sure: with The Phone Up Studios, at the helm, Hell is about to get a whole lot hotter, and the rest of Michigan better watch out.