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ATLANTIC CITY — The city's tourism market continued to show positive growth during the first six months of the year, according to a report from the the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism at Stockton University.The institute uses year-over-year percentage changes in the monthly figures of three key performance measures: the Atlantic County Lodging Fee per 100 rooms, the Atlantic City Casino Parking Fee per 100 spaces, and the Atlantic County non-casino Revenue per...
ATLANTIC CITY — Tropicana Atlantic City has introduced two new pokers style games to their casino floor.Asia Poker is now available in “Jade Palace” and three card draw poker available in the main casino.“These exciting new poker games are just the latest example of Tropicana’s commitment to deliver MORE fun, value and variety to our players,” said Steve Callender, General Manager of Tropicana Atlantic City.Asia Poker is based on the Chinese game “13 Cards” Asia Poker and is played with...
ATLANTIC CITY — The city’s tourism market continued to expand during the first six months of the year, according to a report by the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism at Stockton University.The report based its findings on indicators for lodging fees, casino parking revenue and non-casino spending.
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Selecting a term
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