Game Over for Some Atlantic City Casinos

Showboat, Revel and Trump Plaza are all shutting their doors during the next two weeks.
2:19 | 09/01/14

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Game is over for an iconic casino in Atlantic City no lights are out -- -- showboat casino hotel this morning it's the first of three casinos. Slated to close revel casino hotel shuts down tomorrow morning at 6 o'clock in Trump Plaza closes in two weeks. Reporter Sherri Williams from our sister station WP VI has more on the changes so long the famous for -- -- down on its -- the showboat casino closed its doors for good it's terrible. It really is being the industry's very saturated gets the first of three casinos shutting down in Atlantic City over three weeks fan. Haven't gotten into like thirty -- somebody upset. Regulars scared and making homicidal came all the way from Florida to say farewell kiss the family it's like being a scam you they can be knowledge and names -- TS employees shared hugs and took pictures together on -- gambling -- final day. -- -- Lewinsky has been working in ballet for eighteen years. Sad sad -- -- now. Came in as a boy leave and as a man didn't want sun news but they're much. But come Tuesday Atlantic city's tallest building will also be close revel casino and hotel was -- to be the future of this seaside gambling town. But after only two years the enormous distinguished Sheikh resort is -- -- Meanwhile Trump Plaza casino is scheduled to go dark September 16. This is very bad for New Jersey. Between the trio closing 8000 people will be out of -- job. But Vincent pace saying goodbye is heart wrenching -- -- has -- his life for more than two decades. He's been a doorman here since 1989. -- love what -- spent the best my life here. Hopefully whoever buys that'll be the next Norman. Will be ready to be an open doors for anybody else. Caesars Entertainment owns show -- and says 500. Of the 2000 employees there have been placed. Within the company with new jobs. As for the casino industry here in Atlantic City back in 2006 it was more than five billion dollar industry it is now down to less than a third at -- In Atlantic City Shari Williams channel seven Eyewitness News.

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