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Atlantic Club sold...again.

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by flysrb, May 30, 2014.

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  1. flysrb

    flysrb Hey Now!

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    HEY NOW! NYE in AC!!!!!!!
    Hey Now! 6 days in Biloxi....plus early Mardi Gras Parades!!!
  2. NickyDim

    NickyDim VIP Whale

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    I also see the Claridge has reopened. I just visited their website and there is nothing about that hotel that would make me pay for a room. I'm pretty sure TJM will try and do the same with the old Atlantic club. Try to upscale it as a luxury beach hotel.
     
  3. flysrb

    flysrb Hey Now!

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    Hey Now!

    I always liked the place. The pool/spa was nice. The old Beach Bar was sweet.
     
    HEY NOW! NYE in AC!!!!!!!
    Hey Now! 6 days in Biloxi....plus early Mardi Gras Parades!!!
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    I liked it when it was first opened as Wynn"s Golden Nugget ,brand new ,luxurious for that time period. As the Hilton or AC Club didnt go there much,but I know some people were really loyal to it ,but I guess not enough.
     
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    I hope they will hire back some of the thousands of employees who lost their jobs when the Atlantic Club was shutdown. I felt so bad for all those workers. Atlantic City has a terrible unemployment problem. It was never great, but employment has been really down ever since Pennsylvania legalized gambling.
     
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