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NewQuest Bans Political Rallies at its Creekside Town Center, Home to Trump Train

Trump Train gathering at Creekside Town Center in late August/early September. Image courtesy of Steve Ceh.

NewQuest Properties issued a “To Whom it May Concern” letter on Monday prohibiting political rallies, car clubs, panhandling and any other type of large gathering not authorized by the company at its Creekside Town Center at FM 306 and IH-35.

The New Braunfels Trump Train moved to the shopping area earlier this year after Buccee’s allegedly told it to find another place to hold large gatherings before its Thursday drives around New Braunfels.

Although the group recently switched most of its events to Rockin R’s large parking area, the Trump Train was still at Creekside on Sunday and Monday.

“We ask that if any of these activities occur, they be issued a criminal trespass warning, and asked to leave the property immediately,” said Stephen Smith, Property Manager of NewQuest Properties. We authorize any tenants who have a current lease on file also be allowed to report any such activity.”

Creekside filed the letter with the New Braunfels Police Department “for any future unseen events.”

According to its website, “Home to several national retailers, restaurants and Creekside Cinemas, New Braunfels Town Center at Creekside offers visitors many shopping, dining and entertainment choices. Located at I-35 and FM 306, this 400+ acre mixed-use development boasts a “main and main” location close to the #1 water park in the country, Schlitterbahn, and the famous Comal and Guadalupe rivers.”

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