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 Former Sands Casino Hotel, Atlantic City to be Liquidated
by National Content Liquidators, Inc.
Atlantic City, May 3, 2007 - NCL has contracted with Pinnacle Atlantic City to liquidate the Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E) from this well-known landmark.  The liquidation sale will be the first step in Pinnacle’s plan to demolish the hotel this fall and replace it with a larger, more upscale resort.

NCL will offer to the public the contents formerly used in the operation of the 500-room hotel.  Nearly everything will be liquidated, from the luxurious high roller suites to the commercial kitchen and restaurant equipment.  Other items include king and full beds, mirrors, lamps, armories, Jacuzzi tubs, pianos, pool tables, fitness equipment, building fixtures, commercial air conditioners and much more. The event opens May 3rd and will continue until all items are sold.  Sale hours are Monday through Saturday, 10:00 am-7:00 pm and Sunday 12-5 pm. 

Past NCL liquidations in Atlantic City include the Marlborough, Blenheim and Dennis Hotels in 1978 as well as Trump World’s Fair Hotel Casino prior to its demolition in 2000 and the Quality Inn Beach Block in 2005. 

NCL has remarketed the contents of more than 800 hotels and resorts in the continental U.S. and offshore, successfully completing over 300,000 guestrooms ranging in size from 100 to 2,000 room properties.  Included in NCL’s portfolio of satisfied clients are Hyatt Hotels, The Park Hyatt Washington DC; Host Marriott, Mountain Shadow Resort, Scottsdale; The Related Companies, The St. Regis Los Angeles; Starpointe Properties, Radisson Resort Scottsdale and Elad Properties, The Plaza, New York City.

NCL / National Content Liquidators, Inc.
Vickie Voiles, Corporate Marketing
825 W. Central Avenue
Springboro, OH  45066

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