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The Poarch Band of Creek Indians has taken full control of the planned $200 million Blue Collar Country entertainment complex in Foley."We have committed to the city and to the state that we are going to finish this project and actually make this project a reality," Tim Martin, president of the tribe's Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority, said Friday."We're going to provide family-friendly destination entertainment."Plans for the project on more than 500 acres at the intersection of the Foley Beach Express and Baldwin County 20 have been in the works for three years, but many doubted it would ever come to fruition
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