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Employee says Tipsy Teapot may be put up for sell

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

A popular hangout in uptown Greenville could see some changes in the near future.
     
The Tipsy Teapot on Evans Street said they may be looking to sell.
     
Owner Deliah Luizaa wasn't available to talk Wednesday, but 9 On Your Side did talk to a store employee who said the owner is looking to sell for personal reasons.
      
Russell Simpson performed stand-up at the Tipsy Teapot and said he hopes it stays open.

"I really hope they don't see it, ‘cause I like the place how it is," said Russell Simpson, Tipsy Teapot fan. "It's got a lot of local music that comes in there and you just don't know how someone else is going to run it."

The Tipsy Teapot employee said they are hoping to sale to another owner so the doors can stay open.
     
No word yet on when the sale will take place.

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