By Amie Keeley
The founder of Super Break who was hoping to resurrect the failed brand has withdrawn from the bidding process.
Gordon Miller, who set up the short-break specialist in 1983 with a colleague before selling via a management buyout in 1990, said he had informed administrators KPMG of his decision today.
Miller had considered buying the remaining assets and relaunching the brand offering
a “stripped-down” and fully bonded version of the operator.
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