Tropicana Atlantic City Casino & Resort announced the authorization from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to commence continuous, 24-hour Internet gaming on the entertainment leader’s online gaming site, TropicanaCasino.com. Tropicana Atlantic City Online will showcase a variety of slot game options and classic casino table games atTropicanaCasino.com. To kick off the celebration, TropicanaCasino.com will offer a one-time $50 bounce-back offer just for signing up.
“We’ve always differentiated our resort by offering more fun, value and variety. Tropicana Atlantic City Casino & Resort has something for everyone--including 50 distinctive dining, shopping and nightlife venues. We see the launch of TropicanaCasino.com as an expansion of this diversified experience for our loyal players and a chance for new players to enjoy the difference we offer, as well,” said Tony Rodio, President and CEO of Tropicana Entertainment, Inc.
Tropicana Atlantic City Online will make online gaming easy, fun, safe and rewarding. With Community Jackpots totaling up to $30,000, players can win their share of up to $20,000 with one winner claiming the $10,000 grand prize. Players who sign up at TropicanaCasino.com will be entitled to a one-time $50 bounce back offer. Players will also be rewarded with both on-property and online incentives and the chance to participate in a variety of exciting promotions.
At midnight tonight, players can visit TropicanaCasino.com to register, log in and begin playing. Accounts can be funded through a credit card online, an instant bank transfer (ACH) or in person via cash or credit card at Tropicana Atlantic City Casino & Resort’s Casino Cage. To withdraw funds from an account, players can request any of the following: an instant bank transfer (ACH) direct to their bank account; a check to be mailed to their home; or an in-person withdrawal at Tropicana Atlantic City Casino & Resort’s Casino Cage.
In the interest of responsible gaming, Tropicana Atlantic City Online will offer players the ability to control their own deposit and spend limits, session times and cool-off periods at TropicanaCasino.com. Players also have the ability to suspend or close their accounts or voluntarily exclude themselves from the website. All participants must be 21 or older and physically located in New Jersey to play. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem and wants help, call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit www.800gambler.org.
Tropicana Atlantic City Casino & Resort, a premier resort in Atlantic City, is a 24-hour gaming destination located on the beach and the Boardwalk featuring The Quarter, a 200,000 square foot entertainment complex , 2,078 rooms and suites, more than 24 restaurants, 25 shops, 18 bars and lounges, 2 pools, an IMAX Theatre, and a spa. For more information, visit Tropicana Atlantic City’s official Web site at www.tropicana.net.
Noyes Art Garaga opens in Atlantic City
The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College opened in Atlantic City today, with 18 spaces including a gallery, artists’ studios and retail spaces showcasing regional artists and photographers, locally handmade fine crafts, the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey and the work of Fair Trade artisans from around the world.
The $1.6 million Arts Garage is managed by Stockton’s Noyes Museum of Art, which operates a museum store and a 1,200-square-foot satellite art gallery at the site, on the first floor of The Wave parking garage at Mississippi and Fairmount avenues.
The African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey is the largest tenant, with 2,000 square feet of unique artifacts, including graphics, drawings paintings, advertisements, books, music, films and manuscripts, all depicting African Americans in a historical context.
The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College totals 16,000 square feet leased by The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. The college has partnered with the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) and other groups to help bring to fruition the resort’s Arts and Cultural District, a key part of the Atlantic City Tourism Master Plan.
“Stockton is pleased to play a leadership role in Atlantic City’s continued resurgence,” said President Herman Saatkamp. “The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College will join our Carnegie Center and Dante Hall Theatre in providing lively cultural events for residents and visitors alike.”
John Palmieri, executive director of the CRDA, which built The Wave at a cost of $30 million, said, “CRDA’s partnership with Noyes/Stockton has created a uniquely creative attraction and yet another reason to visit Atlantic City.”
“The opening of the Arts Garage on the heels of the Atlantic City Ballet in residence at Boardwalk Hall, the Bay-Atlantic Symphony in residence at Dante Hall and the continuation of fine performing arts at Dante Hall, provides an anchor to feed the growth of the Arts within the Tourism District and attract new visitation and potential residents to Atlantic City,” Palmieri said.
The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton College’s mission is to promote education, provide resources for emerging artists, and enrich the community, explained Michael Cagno, executive director of The Noyes. “Because of the Arts Garage, the African American Heritage Museum has its rightful place,” he said, adding that “Stockton College has set the bar for community development.”
The Noyes Arts Garage houses artist studios, galleries, shops, a planned café and a flexible classroom studio, and will host special events throughout the year. The Atlantic Café is expected to open in the near future in the facility, which is also the new home of the Atlantic City Arts Center.
Individual artists work in their studio/shop spaces, each focusing on a different medium including painting, pastels, photography, illustration, found object sculpture, basketry and more.
Visitors are invited to watch the artists at work, ask questions about their creative process, and purchase original artwork, Cagno said. For more information, visit: artsga
Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City announced today a new addition to their entertainment lineup at The Pool After Dark at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City as they welcome the “Men of the Strip”, a sexy and multi-faceted new live male revue entertainment show on Saturday, December 7, 2013. The dynamic new musical created by 98 Degrees' Jeff Timmons and Emmy-Nominated Choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard will make a one-night-only stop at the popular nightclub as part of its highly-anticipated North American Tour.
The special Pool After Dark show will give fans a "sneak peek" into the full-production show coming to Las Vegas in 2014 and will include a variety of routines by host Jeff Timmons and the sexy “Strip” cast, who will perform to original music plus hits from 98 Degrees.
“We are thrilled to welcome the ‘Men of the Strip’ to The Pool After Dark at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City as part of their nationwide tour,” said Howard Weiss, Director of Nightlife, Caesars Entertainment, Eastern Division. “We can’t wait for this talented group of men to put on a phenomenal show for the always-energetic crowd.”
To catch a glimpse of Jeff and the “Men of the Strip,” you can purchase tickets for $20 at http://www.thepoolafterdark.com/.
For more information, please visit http://menofthestrip.com/.
Somers Point provides residents with a great way to celebrate the holiday this season – have the Somers Point Fire Company bring Santa to your Somers Point home!
Monday, December 9 through Saturday, December 22, the Somers Point Fire Company will deliver Santa to the homes of Somers Point residents. Bring the excitement to your front door as Santa rolls up atop a decorated fire truck with the sirens wailing for a holiday visit with your children.
You can book Santa to arrive between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. and the cost is only $35 – which goes to support the Fire Company. (Larger donations are requested for more than two children). To book your Santa visit, call 609-653-6503 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the City of Somers Point, NJ, please visit www.somerspointgov.org or call 609-927-9088.