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New Jersey Hard Put to find Casino Gambling Energizing plan for Atlantic CityThe July 25, 2010, By Zane Plate
With Governor Christie’s recent decision to out horse races on the backburner and instead concentrate on revitalizing the city’s failing economy, questions remain as to how this could be done.
How the state of New Jersey can effectively revitalize Atlantic City is a question that is high on many minds in the state capital. Would a total rebranding of the city do the job, or should the city simply continue to flaunt its own unique assets such as its famous boardwalk, its beach and the diverse entertainment? Should the family cater to adult tastes or become family-friendly? Marketers agree that if the plan to energize Atlantic City is going to work, the message sent to visitors must be clear.
Christie’s announcement on Wednesday that he wants the state to oversee and regulate Atlantic City’s casino-entertainment district and to form a new clean and safe Tourism District was well received by local lawmakers and casino executives. Hi stated goal would be to build the district in a year and boost marketing of the resort from the current $4 million market.
Christie’s announcement Wednesday that he wants the state to oversee Atlantic City’s casino-entertainment district and form a new “clean and safe” Tourism District has been well-received by local lawmakers and casino executives. His goal, with approval from the state Legislature, would be to create the district in a year and boost marketing of the resort from the current $4 million limit.