July 15, 2009
-- Universal Hotel Liquidators has been working with the central Florida resort, Shades of Green, to liquidate nearly half of their guest rooms. Shades of Green was originally a Walt Disney World Resort that was opened in 1973 under the name, The Golf Resort. The resort was bought in 1996 for $43 million by the US Department of Defense, even though Disney still owns the land where the resort is placed. At this time the resort was renamed Shades of Green, which refers to the colors of the different uniforms worn by the armed forces in times of war. It is now an Armed Forces Recreation Center (AFRC) and one of only two AFRC's in the continental U.S. It has a total of 586 guest rooms, 280 of which the resort is planning to liquidate with the help of Universal Hotel liquidators.
The Shades of Green resort will begin liquidating their guest rooms as of August 21st, 2009. Universal Hotel Liquidators is already accepting orders for the merchandise. They're offering to sale these items in several different packages. They have complete room packages which they are offering for $450 dollars per room. These packages will include items such as desks, armchairs, coffee tables, night stands and more. They are also accepting requests from wholesale buyers for unique furniture sets and individual pieces.
Universal Hotel Liquidators is renowned for its range of furniture solutions at wholesale prices. They offer a variety of pre-owned furniture products acquired from various hotels as well as directly from factories. Universal Hotel Liquidators also offers multi-tiered professional liquidation services to those hotels and resorts that, like Shades of Green, are looking to sell off their pre-owned furniture in order to update the look and feel of their establishment. Universal Hotel Liquidators is located at 1060 State Street in New haven, CT.