A tourist attraction that attracts young men and boys, and even a movie starring a lesbian character, has been a popular attraction on Virginia’s beaches for more than a decade.
But now, Virginia’s Department of Tourism and Convention Control is warning that the attraction may have been a marketing ploy that was meant to attract teenagers.
The Department of tourism and convention control says that the attractions have been attracting more than 1.4 million people per day since opening in 2004, but the attraction’s popularity has waned in recent years.
“We have not seen any evidence of the attraction attracting minors,” the agency said in a statement.
“We are taking a number of actions to prevent this from happening again.
These include restricting the number of people who can be allowed to access the attraction, including prohibiting people from using electronic devices or accessing the attractions without a ticket.”
The department says the attraction was created by the owner of a popular theme park in Orlando, Florida, who wanted to attract a group of young men who might be attracted to his company’s “Disney-themed” attractions.
He hired the name “Virginias Attraction” and gave the name to the attraction to reflect the attraction location, according to the department.
He also created the attraction and marketed it through a variety of social media outlets.
The company, which has since shut down, was founded by Michael C. Brackman, who also operates the “Glamour” theme park chain, according a news release from the Department of Travel and Tourism.
Brackman is also the founder of “Giant’s Pub” in Orlando.
He said he was trying to find a theme park to use for the attraction.
But, the attraction has been attracting boys, the department said, because it was the only one with “real adult-oriented attractions that attracted males.”
In a statement, Brackmans attorneys said that the company never intended to create the attraction as a sexual attraction.
“It was meant for entertainment and for the amusement of young males.
That was not the intent of our name,” the statement said.
The department also said the attraction is not located in Virginia and does not promote or condone underage drinking.
The Virginia Department of Gaming and Tourism said it is “working with the Department to develop appropriate safety and security measures to ensure the safety and enjoyment of the Virginia beachgoers and visitors at the Attraction.”
The Virginia Beach Police Department is also investigating the attraction in light of the complaints, and the department has a team of experts in the area who have been in touch with local law enforcement, according the department’s statement.
The attraction is located in the small town of Northfield Beach, which is about 10 miles west of Charlottesville.
Virginia Beach is the only city in Virginia where the attraction still has a physical location.
The owner of the theme park company that owns the attraction told the Virginias Attachment that the business is still working to bring in new visitors.
“It is disappointing to us to hear of this unfortunate situation and our deepest sympathies go out to the family and friends of the victim,” Michael Brack, who runs the attraction company, said in the statement.
He added that Virginias attractions were always popular and had always been open to families, but that “recent years have been more challenging.”