Hotel for Ducks No More as Arkansas Tradition Ends

Little Rock's Peabody Hotel is losing its feathered inhabitants because of sale to Marriott.
1:29 | 05/01/13

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-- The most famous guests that little -- Peabody Hotel -- finally checking out. She and amp amp -- team. Everyone has their own reasons for visiting the mild mannered Mallard is over the last eleven years. I -- But the last marches for locals to make one last memory before the hotel changes hands. This can say Coleman no the important thing is that's something people really had. Feelings have come here -- The finishing touches are being made to what will soon be known as the Little Rock -- area. -- just brings a -- to the Peabody was sold in June to the delight of city officials excited for a new name recognition but to the dismay of some locals. Here's a little bit sad to see my Brothers. And that let -- His friend didn't work -- duck master -- Withrow struggling here to keep it together. It's okay. But with the crowd behind them for the final Barack. The ducks of course owned the red carpet. -- rode the elevator up one more time. And were on their way to retirement -- in Arkansas farm and into Little Rock history. Bob you know -- a new tradition and adheres because its place probably. Bring back a lot of memories people.

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