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Executive Inn Liquidation Sale Kicks Off Thursday

Thursday through Saturday there will be a fee of $3 a person to get inside the hotel. The doors open Thursday at 9 a.m., and only 50 people will be allowed in at a time.
A liquidation sale at the Executive Inn in Vincennes kicks off Thursday morning.

From beds and furniture to the actual walls themselves, you can take home part of the Inn's history.

With more than  200 rooms, a restaurant, and bar, the Executive Inn has a lot to offer -- and all of those things could soon be yours.

"Picture your self any hotel in the USA, and that's what we got. We've got, chairs, pictures, mirrors, carpets, drapes, restaurant, bar, and building fixtures," said project manager James Long.

The liquidation sales opens to the public on Thursday, and officials say everything is going on the market.

"Remember this building is coming down, so we have any entrance way, we got leaded glass, we got aluminum and glass, the more you look around the more that you see," said Long.

From dressers for just $25, to pianos worth thousands there is something for everyone and then some.

"In sort of a garage sale mentality you go to the areas that are open, pick up the stuff that you like, give us the money and take it home," said Long.  "If you can't take what you want right now, if it's big stuff, we'll give you a sold tag and you can come on back in a couple of days and pick it up."

And with so much to sell, you don't have to rush to get your piece of the former icon.

"However long it takes. The local community will tell us how long we're here. We'll be here every day until it's gone," said Long.
   
The hotel's rich history in the community is bringing a lot of attention to the sale, and organizers say these items are full of great memories.

"A lot of interest from the local community. They do you want to come in and get a piece of the executive and because they had their prom here, or their wedding here, or they let their girlfriend here whatever. There's a lot of that to be had here," said Long.

Officials say at the sale winds down they may consider lower prices for certain big ticket items, but right now everything has a set price.
   
Thursday through Saturday there will be a fee of $3 a person to get inside the hotel.
   
The doors open Thursday at 9 a.m., and only 50 people will be allowed in at a time.
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