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Caesars Entertainment will soon host a public auction to dispose of excessive furniture, fixtures and equipment from past special events, acquisitions, construction projects, remodels and surplus purchasing.
 

The public is welcome.There are thousands of items being offered including a company vehicle, kitchen equipment, hotel furniture, tools, facility equipment, parts, art work, electrical supplies, fixtures, and a multitude of extra accompaniments. Also going on the auction block is the stage from Elton’s Red Piano show.
 
Geno Munari, of Munari Auctions, tells Eltonjohnworld.com: ”We are going to combine the various lots that contain various parts to the entire stage into one lot.  It will be complete.
 
”There are stage weights, which are used for various applications: to balance scenery, hold firm stage flats etc. There’s also ‘The Star,’ the prop that Mr. John used at Caesars Palace.
 
”Incidentally, the preview for the public is February 28 beginning at 8 a.m.  There are also some very fancy projectors and other equipment that was used at Caesars Palace.”
The auction event will be held live and online at the Rio Hotel warehouse, in Las Vegas, Saturday, March 1 and Sunday, March 2. Bidding begins at 10 a.m.
 
A preview of all the items up for auction will be on Friday, Feb. 28. Doors will open one hour before the auction begins for registration. There is no fee for registration or to be a bidder.
There are two basic ways to participate in the auction.
 
1) You can come to the Rio Hotel, the North Warehouse, off of Twain and Polaris streets and bid in person the day of the auction, or
 
2) You can bid on line through Proxibid. Go to www.Proxibid.com/munari.
 
At Proxibid one can create a free account to bid on line for the Caesars Entertainment Auction.
There will be an additional auction in April, which will feature fine art, sports and celebrity memorabilia and a selection of vintage collectable slot and gaming machines from the personal collection of William “Bill” Harrah, legendary casino operator. Harrah was an avid collector of memorabilia such as vintage posters featuring famous entertainers from the past, antique slot machines, gaming tables, and owned an extensive collection of classic and antique automobiles.
 
For more information, phone (702) 236-4114.