Although it's been open for over 30 years, Las Vegas' Liberace Museum is closing on October 17th.
A total of 31 employees will be let go, but it was not a complete surprise.
Liberace Foundation Board of Directors Chair Jeffrey Koep said:
“This is a pretty straightforward business decision that’s basically been a long time coming. The biggest thing to the board is the human beings affected, that we are going to have to get rid of our employees. … But also, we recognize what Liberace meant to the history of Las Vegas, and that makes this very difficult and sad for us.”
Visitation has been low and now they have to pay the price.