Want to own a piece of Applebee’s? Here’s how you can

An Applebee’s in Middletown. FILE

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An Applebee’s in Middletown. FILE

Interested in owning a piece of a closed Applebee’s restaurant?

All contents of the recently closed Applebee’s Grill & Bar restaurants in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky — and one in the Dayton area — are to be auctioned off online, according to Biddergy.com.

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The online auctions will include contents belonging to Applebee’s sites at 6242 Wilmington Pike and 9595 Colerain Ave, in Cincinnati. The online auction for both sites will be 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday June 25.

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Property to be auctioned off include furniture, kitchen equipment, supplies, booths and more.

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Those interested may preview items up for bid online and during the auctions starting next week at www.biddergy.com. The owner of the locations, RMH Franchise, which is Applebee's second largest franchise recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

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Atlanta-based RMH Franchise, which also has corporate offices in Lincoln, Nebraska, purchased all of the Applebee’s sites in central and southwest Ohio from a Lexington, Ky. franchise company in late 2013, a transaction that more than doubled the number of Applebee’s restaurants run by RMH.

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The local restaurant abruptly closed earlier this month.

Those without computers may contact Biddergy.com at (866) 260-1611 for more information.

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