Hard Rock International bought the casino for a reported $50 million earlier this year, Philly.com reported.
Don Hayes, president of National Content Liquidators, said other floors will be opened to shoppers once floors 46 to 50 are cleared out. Hayes, whose company is overseeing the sale of the items, said he expects the sale to last the entire 60 days.
“It’s pretty busy,” Hayes told Philly.com. “And we’re just now getting started.”
Items on the main floor also were for sale--everything except items bearing the name “Trump” on it. A National Content spokesman told Philly.com that all of the items with the president’s name on it had been removed.
Kim Fantazzia was one of the first people to enter the casino and bought two 5-foot ornamental urns for $240 apiece.
“These are going to look perfect next to my fireplace,” Fantazzia told the Press of Atlantic City. “I just saw them and knew that I had to have (them).”