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Janice Carter’s Internal TNA Memo Leaks Online

As reported last week, Panda Energy’s Chairman of the Board, Janice Carter, mother of TNA President Dixie Carter, issued a memo to TNA staff refuting reports that TNA is for sale. The memo has leaked online and can be viewed here:

October 31, 2013

Dear Staff,

As we embark on our “Where Action Never Ends” 365 initiative, I wanted to take this time to thank you for your dedication and enthusiasm to your company’s renewed creative direction. I feel confident that, together, we are marching towards something great – a revolutionary way to experience professional wrestling.

With this said, I am aware of the false rumors currently circulating that The Carter Family and Panda Energy is attempting to sell their ownership stakes in TNA Wrestling. An unfortunate aspect of this business is that there are wrestling “reporters” who consistently post “news stories” without proper facts. I want to assure you that these are just rumors and I am committed to TNA and its future.

While I typically find that responding to such rumors is a waste of time, I wanted to use this as a moment to express my support and delight for the creative direction we are moving in. Our work has just begun and I look forward to a long and rewarding future with you and TNA.

Warm Regards,

Janice Carter
Chairman of the Board

  • kamalas leg

    One of those “reporters” that provide “news stories” is you Middleton. The only time you don’t have typos is when you copy and paste from other sites.

  • ddfindl

    Too bad this doesn’t prove anything.

    I used to work for a warehouse when I was younger and something was brought up on the news that they were having financial problems. Of course our managers were like, “Don’t worry about it, we’re just going through a rough patch”… fast forward one month… “The company is filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy, but it doesn’t mean we’re going out of business; you’re keeping your jobs” … fast forward another month and a half… “Okay, so we’re closing this location and basically having someone come in and take inventory, selling everything at a discount and hopefully be done in a little over a month.”

    Up until the day before, they told us that we weren’t closing, we were keeping our jobs and everything was fine. I was averaging like, $18 a hour and then got laid off with very little time to find another job… you think they’d tell anyone they were really selling? Hell no lol.

  • Fang McFrost