Mr. Flynn is and has been the sole stockholder of Flynn Enterprises, Inc., a venture capital, hedging and consulting firm, since its inception in March 1992. Mr. Flynn also was the Vice Chairman of Blue Chip Casino, Inc., an owner and operator of a riverboat gaming vessel in Michigan City, Indiana, from February 1997 until November 1999, when Blue Chip was sold to Boyd Gaming Corporation. Mr. Flynn was Chairman of the Board of Discovery Zone, Inc., an owner and franchiser of indoor children's playgrounds, from July 1992 until May 1995, and remained a member of the Board until February 1996. He was also Chief Executive Officer of Discovery Zone from July 1992 to April 1995. From 1972 through 1990, Mr. Flynn held various positions at Waste Management, Inc., a solid waste services company, including Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Flynn was one of three investors who acquired control of Blockbuster Entertainment Corporation, the world's largest video rental company, in 1987 and was a director thereof from February 1987 until September 1994 when Blockbuster was sold to Viacom Inc. Mr. Flynn is a director and major shareholder of Emerald Casino, Inc., a former owner of a license to operate a riverboat casino in the State of Illinois. In December 2005, the Illinois Gaming Board revoked Emerald's license, and various lawsuits challenging the revocation have been unsuccessful. There is a pending lawsuit brought by several Emerald investors against Mr. Flynn and others alleging, among other things, fraud and breach of fiduciary duties in connection with the Emerald matter.
Designed by Ricardo Legorreta
Mr Flynn passed in 2011. His widow sold this property in 2014.