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Resorts spending $60M to compete in Atlantic City

Local News, News | Jan 03, 2013

Resorts spending $60M to compete in Atlantic City

Resorts Casino Hotel plans to spend $60 million in the first half of 2013 on renovations and an expansion designed to help it become more of a player in the Atlantic City gambling market.  In addition to the $35 million Jimmy Buffett-themed Margaritaville entertainment complex, Resorts is also renovating hotel rooms, re-doing bathrooms, adding a food court and two new VIP players’ clubs, and laying down new carpet on the casino floor.  Resorts has hired former Tropicana boss Mark Giannantonio as its new president.

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