Community | Service
November 4, 2019

When we first began to look at the first RFP, we were driven by the notion that since this park was owned by the City, it should be restored in a way that benefits that community. We took this idea and turned it into our overall mission. While most theme parks have charitable activities, we wanted to go further. Every decision we have made has been guided by the question, "How can we do this so that it benefits the people?"

We started with the basics and have sought out area youth organizations and foundations that are already actively working to make lives better. We have found ways to partner with them, either directly, by including them actively in the redevelopment, or indirectly, by planning fundraiser activities for when the park opens. We have several initiatives that are incorporated into the business model that will aid in having the park be a true asset to the community.

As an organization, we would encourage our employees to donate time to the community as well. Back in 2013, members of our team participated in Drew Brees' Super Service Challenge, winning a donation for the charity we served. More recently, we have volunteered to read at a local school's Dr. Seuss Day and volunteered for trash cleanup activities. We will continue to participate in service projects and hope to expand our community service efforts as our employee numbers expand.

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The Jazzland Proposal

TPC-NOLA, Inc. proposes to re-open the park as a true celebration of Louisiana by connecting the dots of community, history, identity, and artistry in a living testimonial to our spirit and pride. Additionally, we propose to add a water park and mixed-use venue to the site, creating a true destination resort.

This proposal for Jazzland includes locally owned businesses and is working with area youth organizations to offer internship programs and art & music education programs at the park.

Why Save Jazzland?

Families of New Orleans would like to be able to bring their children to the park again. The City is trying to attract more tourist by showing them that there is more to the City than Bourbon Street. Jazzland is a perfect fit to add to that campaign and to attract more families to visit.

The infrastructure is already there for it to be a THEME PARK. Historically, the park attracted over 800,000 guests annually while operating seasonally and competing with Astroworld. Today, the closest regional park is over 450 miles away and we plan to operate year-round.