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George Strait’s Texas Resort Closed After Devastating Fire

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A Texas Hill Country resort co-owned by George Strait is now closed indefinitely after a raging fire destroyed its clubhouse.

The Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort in Boerne, Texas caught fire on Saturday night (Nov. 4). 20 people were evacuated from the resort, but no one was injured. The flames quickly engulfed the resort’s clubhouse, restaurant and bar. According to News 4 San Antonio, five different fire departments responded to the blaze.

In a statement posted to the resort’s official Facebook page, the clubhouse was said to be a “total loss” and the resort was now “closed indefinitely.”

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In 2011, Strait bought the resort property in partnership with Texas entrepreneur Tom P. Cusick Jr.

Just one week ago, Strait performed at the resort to help raise $1.4 million for David Feherty’s Troops First Foundation, which benefits wounded U.S. military service members.

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George Strait’s Texas Resort Closed After Devastating Fire