Revelstoke nightclub Outabounds is now closed.

Outabounds out of business

It appears Outabounds, Revelstoke's only bona fide nightclub, has been foreclosed on.

A question on many people’s minds lately has been, “What happened to Outabounds?”

It appears Outabounds has been foreclosed on. While there are many drinking establishments and nighttime entertainment options in Revelstoke, Outabounds was Revelstoke’s only bona fide nightclub.

The Salmon Arm court registry indicates foreclosure proceedings were initiated by First West Holdings against Outabounds in February 2011. According to Claudio Brunetti of First West Holdings, “We were going to but the credit union decided to do it.”

Roberta Bobicki, CEO of the Revelstoke Credit Union, declined comment, citing client confidentiality.

One thing that is for sure is that it was not a liquor license violation that shut it down.

“I don’t know what their business status is but they’re not closed right now because of a suspension,” said Cpl. Rod Wiebe of the Revelstoke RCMP.

Outabounds opened in Revelstoke in December 2008 and billed itself as Revelstoke’s only nightclub. It hosted numerous DJs from out of town, as well as bands and the occasional comedy show.

Outabounds management did not return calls or e-mails asking for comment on the business status.

 

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