30.012018Hard-Rock Casino Recruiting for its Atlantic Project
Hard Rock Casinos, which is an offshoot of the original Hard Rock brand, is hiring staff members for its Atlantic City project, which is expected to hit the market by May 2018. On completion, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino would be the 7th mega casino resort in the city. The management of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City, has organized a two-day recruitment drive on 30th and 31st January 2018. Many applicants, from the US and abroad, are expected to be a part of this initiative. The casino management has made this recruitment-drive an invitation-only event and will mainly be hiring the staff members of the erstwhile Trump Taj Mahal resort. The casino is expected to hold future recruitment events, which will be open to outside applicants.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is slated to open its doors by May 2018 and will provide a formidable competition to the existing gambling scenario. Seminole Tribe of Florida, the parent body of the Hard Rock brand, has decided to buy the Trump Taj Mahal, after it was shut down following workers strike in October 2016. The Trump Taj Mahal was a $1 billion mega investment project, which lost its sheen to other casino resorts. The new project will span over 17-acres of sea-facing land and will cost a staggering $375 million in renovations. It will feature a 400-seater Hard Rock café, 2,200 slot machines, and 125 Gambling Tables. The resort will also have 150,000 square feet of event space that can accommodate events for up to 7000 people.
Atlantic City, New Jersey, has been the center of attention in gambling circles for its world-class gambling facilities. Many industry experts, including Jim Allen, chairman of Hard Rock International, thinks that Atlantic City is the biggest gambling destination after Las Vegas, Nevada.
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