The gaming industry is no longer enough to attract visitors to Atlantic City
according to officials.
This week saw the closure of two casinos. September 16 will be the last day for
the Trump Plaza. Last year Atlantic City had 12 casinos in operation. After the
Trump Plaza closes, the city will have 8 left.
Revenue from non gambling industry is now the new focus.
Three new beach bars are preparing to open. Wrestling and hockey games are also
being planned. Cirque du Soleil will also be opening.
Atlantic City is working towards finding ways to reinvent itself and become an
adult play ground that offers more than casinos.
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