Dillard's actually had issues when the former Packet House was open. According to a letter in opposition to the 1836 Club, Dillard's stated they had problems with parking and illicit activity when the Packet House was in business and had concerns that a private club run by a bunch of moral and ethical dregs would bring problems that could affect their business operations.
It's ironic that Camp would state that his wife was behind everything and she wouldn't run a smoke-filled shady brothel when she and Camp had some shady things going on before she divorced and they married. See one of our previous posts.
A confidential source from the 1836 Club tells us that at any given time there are more guests than members at the club and club membership is so low that it is costing more to operate the club than dues from club membership can provide.
The connection between the club and the Governor will no doubt keep ABC Enforcement agents away from the place. Tainted ABC Enforcement Director Boyce Hamlet, Jr. will probably give Camp a heads up before his agents make a visit anyway.