The company that operated a travel agency called F&rest and hosted the popular weekly F&am show for several years closed its doors this week, according to a post on the F&rest Facebook page.
The post said that it was closing due to a “difficult business environment,” but didn’t specify what the company was up to.
It also didn’t mention how many jobs it had.
The closure comes just days after F&ammss CEO John J. Smith announced that he was leaving the company.
We wish John the best as he leaves us in a good position to do so. “
We thank our loyal customers for their patronage over the years and look forward to providing you with the same.
The post continued: “We wish John all the best in his new endeavors. “
We thank F&ambss staff and volunteers for their commitment and dedication to F&adrest and its mission.”
The post continued: “We wish John all the best in his new endeavors.
We hope you enjoy the next chapter in F&abbss life.”
F&afrest was one of the last major travel companies to survive a bankruptcy filing last year that forced the company to shut down.
The company was founded in 1994 and has hosted F&assers weekly show, hosted by the late Steve Kroft.
F &land opened its doors to the public in the fall of 1999, and featured a weekly live show featuring celebrities and celebrities-in-the-making.
Smith and Kroft co-hosted the show with F&asters executive producer Mark Burnett, who died last year.
Smith died in September.
Smith’s death came at the same time as a major restructuring that forced F&alst to shut its doors.
F andamp;st had been planning to reopen the business with an executive producer, but that plan was scrapped, and F&andst decided to close.
Fabbss staff members and volunteers were among the first to be laid off when the company went under.
Fafest posted on Facebook that it had reached a “mutual agreement” with Fabbst staff to continue to operate the company, but added that the business is “no longer viable.”