Here's all the good news Atlantic City has received in ... – Press of Atlantic City
The past three years haven't been kind to Atlantic City. Five casinos closed, the city found itself in a $100 million budget hole with nearly $500 million in debt and was on its way to become the first city in the state to go bankrupt since the Great Depression. Then the state came in and to...
New Jersey tourism grew in 2016, locally and statewide,... – Press of Atlantic City
Atlantic County may have an unemployment rate about one-third higher than the national average and a foreclosure rate more than three times the national rate, but tourism data show improvement in the region.
For the first time in five years, tourism sales in Atlantic County grew.
Casino revenues up 15 percent over last January – Press of Atlantic City
The resort’s seven remaining brick-and-mortar casinos saw a 15 percent increase in revenues over January 2016, according to state gaming number released Tuesday afternoon.
Casino gaming revenue at the seven properties totaled $204.7 million, according to the state.
Atlantic City casino revenues rose nearly 8 percent in ... – The Record
With no winter storm to compare to last January’s Jonas, Atlantic City’s casinos saw more patrons and produced more revenues last month.
Tradition casino revenues rose to $185.9 million compared to $175.5 million in Jan. 2016, while online revenues climbed from $14.6 million in...
Good Start to 2017 for Atlantic City Casinos – Associated Press
Atlantic City's casinos are off to a good start in 2017, with their January gambling revenue up 7.7 percent from a year ago.
Figures released Tuesday by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement show the seven casinos took $204.6 million from gamblers in January. They were helped once a...