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As Max's Place Officially Changes Hands a Legacy Ends
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“Max’s Place was the best segment of my life,” shared John Schaiberger in a two-hour face to face interview last Thursday. “Ninety-five percent of the nineteen years that I owned Max’s was pleasure. I got to know 100’s of people that I truly feel are good friends, and that I would have never known before. I am looking forward to the adventures ahead, but I will miss a lot about the past.”

On November 10, that ride officially ended when the papers were signed for the sale of Max’s Place to Eric and Dana Guiderson. The Guidersons have a connection to the valley. Dana’s father, Jeff McAllister, owns the Exxon station and Fast Break Liquor.

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