In place of the former Revel Resort & Casino, TEN is Atlantic City’s newest resort and casino destination. With luxurious rooms, amenities, nightlife, retail and tasty cuisine, TEN will be an experience unmatched by anything else—and is set to open in the first quarter of 2017.
On Thursday, June 25, James Howard performed his routine morning cleaning duties on the Atlantic City Boardwalk, when he witnessed a purse snatching.
In that moment, Howard, a General Maintenance employee, shouted at the suspect and then went to help the woman. At that time, he also radioed his crew and supervisor. With his help, two members of the crew—Eddie Cruz and Javier Figueroa—and Wilfredo Cintron, supervisor, helped in the search and arrest of the suspect, as well as recovery of the victim’s purse.
Known as The Entertainment Capital of the Jersey Shore,” Atlantic City, N.J., now has a new title—the Best Gambling Destination in the World.
USA Today named Atlantic City after a month-long online 10Best Reader’s Choice voting campaign. The city t ops 19 other areas including Las Vegas, Monte Carlo and Reno.
As if Atlantic City, N.J., hasn’t had enough exciting announcements, one more news of note has popped up.
TEAMS ’16, the leading conference and expo for the sports event industry, will take place in Atlantic City Sept. 26–29, 2016 at the new $125 million, 100,000-square-foot Waterfront Conference Center.
Hosted by SportsTravel magazine, the event is the world’s largest within the sports event industry.
The travel website hands out the certificates to hospitality organizations that continue to attain outstanding traveler reviews. Customers give the convention center and the boardwalk stellar reviews, with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Atlantic City has announced a stellar quarter and representatives believe this will welcome even more business in the coming months.
“The key indicators show that the current operators continue to improve,” says Matthew Levinson, chairman, New Jersey Casino Control Commission. “Gaming revenue is up, total revenue is up, net revenue is up, gross operating profits are up, hotel occupancy rate is up and the average room rate is up. ”
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority honored 26 individuals last night May, 6 at the 18th Annual Atlantic City Host Awards.
The awards, presented each year during National Travel and Tourism Week, acknowledge and inspire outstanding customer service by tourism, hospitality and retail industry employees who contribute to the success of Atlantic City as a sought-after destination.
Last week, the Board of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority approved several measures at its meeting, including the installation of more LED bulbs, added security cameras along the entirety of the boardwalk, the funding of summer activities and help with the restoration efforts of the Midmer Losh organ at Boardwalk Hall.
Atlantic City remained a popular destination for events during the first quarter of 2015
During the timeframe, the Meet AC sales team brought 30 conventions and meetings to the Atlantic City Convention Center and 19 to hotel properties—a more than 25 percent increase from 2014’s first quarters.