Those old chairs at Caesars Palace or those old lighting fixtures from the Flamingo can be yours in a four-day auction set to start Friday.
Caesars Entertainment said it will be auctioning more than 14,000 items at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino, from Friday through Monday. Doors open at 10 a.m. each day.
The items, which include furniture, fixtures, automobiles and equipment, all derived from past special events, acquisitions, construction projects, remodels and surplus purchasing, according to the company.
The auction was also slated to take place online.
Guests can pre-register for the live auction and preview items at Proxibid.com. People can bid online, in person or through the phone.
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