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Hannagan Family Completes Sale of Gordyville USA

A 37-year era comes to an end as Gordyville USA sells. Best of luck to the Hannagan family on this bitter-sweet new chapter in life.

A message from the the Hannagan family via Facebook:

Dear Friends and Supporters,

For 37 remarkable years, Gordyville USA has been our pride and joy—a place where dreams were realized, friendships flourished, and memories were etched into the fabric of our lives. From its inception in 1988 by our visionary father, Gordy Hannagan, Gordyville has evolved into a thriving hub of events, welcoming guests from all walks of life.

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Today, we share a mix of emotions as we announce the sale of Gordyville USA. This decision was not made lightly, but we are filled with gratitude for the journey we’ve shared and the countless moments of joy and celebration.
We extend our heartfelt thanks to each and every one of you who has supported us over the years. Your unwavering loyalty and enthusiasm have been the driving force behind Gordyville’s success. We are immensely proud of the milestones we’ve achieved together, from the initial expansion to the diverse range of events that have graced our venue.

As we pass the torch to the new owners, we look forward to witnessing the next chapter of Gordyville USA unfold. We are confident that they will build upon the foundation we’ve laid, infusing new energy and ideas into this beloved event center.
To our loyal patrons, dedicated staff, and the entire community, thank you for being part of our story. Your contributions have left an indelible mark on Gordyville, and for that, we are forever grateful.

With warm regards,
The Hannagan Family

GIFFORD — Gordyville USA — home to a diverse array of events — will continue as an event center.

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The Gordon Hannagan family closed the sale of the business to a group of four out-of-state investors Wednesday afternoon.

Real-estate agent Jon Fischer of Champaign said the names of the buyers won’t be released under terms of the sale.

The transaction comes nearly two years to the day that the property, located about 2 miles west of Gifford, was listed for sale — May 16, 2022.

The 31.1-acre property was owned and operated by the family for 37 years. It includes a 144,000-square-foot main building, another 11,000-square- foot building, more than 1,000 square feet of office space and parking for more than 500.

The late Gordon Hannagan and his wife, Jan, established the center as an equine and auction showplace. It has been operated for several decades by their children and some of their children’s spouses.

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