His venue isn't getting the attendance it needs to turn a profit, and as the laughter dwindled...so did his savings.
"Bad business practices, with bad business partners," stated Weber.
But with the help of a downtown bar owner, a new project is winning his attention.
"I said, well let's talk about how we can join up then instead of just shutting down," said Six String Bar Owner Dan Rolph. "I could provide a venue for you."
Rolph is referring to blue prints for a new kind of facility, one that combines music, comedy, and lots of local eats.
"We're planning on bringing in food and entertainment almost 24-7 throughout the week."
The men including Rolph's wife, want to open the "entertainment-food mall" in a downtown building located at the corner of Main and Jefferson Streets.
"It snowballed and within a matter of a week to two weeks all of a sudden we had floor plans, contact with the landlord, and a tentative lease," said Weber.
The two story venue is large enough for Weber to move his comedy club inside.
Plus it'll have more seating, and more opportunities for shows.
"Lunch and Laugh," said Rolph. "Why not have people come down at lunch time see a comedy show, have a sandwich or a pizza and some soda and be out in less than an hour?"
While the men are still looking for more restaurants and recreation to fill the vacant space, they say their ambitious project has the right mix to unite all ages and interests under one roof.
"This is a change. And it's a good change," said Weber.
The men requested a restaurant liscense from the liquor commission to get the project off the ground.
Member delayed the request for another month, in hopes of gathering more information about this detailed plan.
If the men are denied, Laugh Comedy Club will to close in January.