Before the weekend Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City marked a return to business with a ribbon-cutting ceremony outside the entrance to the Boardwalk. The event marked the return of visitors to Caesars, Harrah’s Resort and Bally’s, in accordance with the Executive Orders of the New Jersey Governor and all state directives.
Regional President Ron Baumann, accompanied by Mayor Marty Small Sr of Atlantic City, commemorated the milestone with a brief ceremony on the Atlantic City Boardwalk before opening the doors to workers and customers after 100 days of closure.
He said: “Today is an exciting day because we get to welcome back our team members and guests to Caesars, Harrah’s Resort and Bally’s and look forward to making new memories together,” said Baumann. “Our health and safety protocols are at the forefront of our signature brand of hospitality, while continuing to offer a fun and enjoyable experience for guests.”
He added: “We are looking forward to a great summer here in Atlantic City. Now more than ever, AC is a great getaway escape for those living within driving distance of the destination. Whether it’s the beautiful beach and boardwalk here at Caesars & Bally’s or Harrah’s Resort in the Marina District, we have something for everyone.”
The three properties have rearranged slot machine banks on their gaming floors to allow social distance, and now have fewer seats to enable better spacing at table games.
“The health and safety of our guests and team members is important to us, and we look forward to welcoming them back today with a fun and enjoyable experience, emphasizing social distancing and cleanliness,” concluded Baumann.
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