NEDERLAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Nederland’s Frozen Dead Guy Days will continue under new ownership.

After 10 years the Nederland Chamber of Commerce sold the festival after they determined it costs to much to run.

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Amanda McDonald bought the festival. She has organized the past three festivals.

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The “Parade of Hearses,” frozen salmon tossing and coffin races drew 15,000 people last March.

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Frozen Dead Guy Days celebrates a Norwegian native who died in 1989 and his body has been preserved in dry ice in a shed in Nederland.