Everything must go!
That’s the slogan as the owners of the 59-year-old Sahara plan a liquidation sale of all items inside the shuttered property.
Items for sale are the casino’s poker room sign, chandeliers, fountains, slot stools, pool and patio furniture, stage lighting, and ice machines, among dozens of other items.
The two-month sale scheduled to begin June 16 is being organized by National Content Liquidators. The Springboro, Ohio-based firm ran liquidation sales for other hotels and casinos, among them the Sands Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City.
“We are expecting a huge turnout,” said Meredith Lunsford, NCL’s head of corporate marketing. “Some people may want to buy a piece of (Sahara) memorabilia, other items will be sold to commercial buyers, We typically get a lot of commercial buyers.”
The National Content Liquidators have set up a website for the sale with pictures. (http://www.nclsales.com/liquidation-sales/current-sales-sahara-hotel-casino/) The firm is charging a $10 admission fee during the first four days of the sale