On the face of it this looks like something destined to end in tears but if you were Wrexham it's definitely worth the punt given the terminal decline they've been in over the years.
Excluding the eye catching glamour aspect of the Hollywood connections it's not quite as ridiculous an idea as it might look. While it's true that Wrexham is a small post-industrial town in decline with very little going for it and a club that has struggled for years, North Wales itself as a whole is genuinely a large potential catchment. Granted that most of the football fans there support the North West giants but Wrexham is the only professional sports team in a large area with nearly a million people living in it. If you could tap into the idea of being 'North Wales' team and create a kind of identity to unify around it's not completely ridiculous to think that there's some untapped potential there.
It's a concept that's a bit alien to English football where the loyalties are based pretty much exclusively on Cities and Towns but there are many examples in Europe (particularly Italy - Atalanta being the best probably) of sides who embody the identity of a rural region. So it is potentially interesting.
I stayed in Wrexham on Thursday night, whether or not it was just because I was aware of the recent news, but I couldn't help noticing that there were an awful lot of people wearing Wrexham tee shirts etc around town. Good to see.