Mike Massari, Sr VP of Meetings and Conventions for Caesars Entertainment Inc., speaks on Sept. 12 as construction crews work on the superstructure of the Conference Center addition to Harrah's Atlantic City. Atlanta-based UniPro Foodservice inked a deal in September to bring the first trade show and networking event to the $126 million facility. The center, with its 100,000 sq. ft. of conference space, is expected to be fully built by August 2015. It will be the site of the limousine industry's main East Coast trade show, LCT-NLA Show East, on Nov. 8-10, 2015. Photo by The Press of Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- A New York board on Dec. 17 selected three locations for gambling resorts in the state, one of which is about 60 miles from Mahwah in Bergen County, but passed on plans for casinos even closer to New Jersey. But the oceanfront resort’s gambling industry dodged the greatest threat: a casino opening in Orange County, which borders New Jersey.
NJ.com article here
At the brink of closure, Carl Icahn stepped in to save Atlantic City’s second-biggest casino, the Trump Taj Mahal.
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