Take Home a Piece of Tunica Casino History


It was at the end of January 2019 that the Tunica Roadhouse Casino closed its doors to the public for the very last time, for its parent company, Caesars Entertainment Corp, admitted defeat and opted to close the casino as they could not operate that venue profitably.

As is usually the case with all defunct and recently shuttered land-based casinos, there will now be an auction at which the entire range of fixtures and fittings are going to be put up for sale, with the highest bidder winning each lot.

Casino related auctions are always very popular, with many onetime customers of those venues eager to take home with them a piece of the casinos history, and many other people are simply after a bargain, of course.

It will be on the 4th of May this year when the doors to the venue will swing open one final time, and a huge array of casino fixtures and fittings will then go under the hammer.

In fact, anybody wishing to view the lots that are going to be going under the hammer can do so the day before the auction at a special viewing day, and as such it will be on the 3rd of May between the hours of 9am And 5pm that potential buyers can take a look round the venue for one final time and see just what will be up for sale.

For more details or to register for the auction, contact the auctioneer, Nick Clark Auctions, or head on over to their website for a full overview of the items that will be for sale.

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