A recent survey of more than 800 individuals has found that over 70% of them plan to be back in Atlantic City casinos this year… and sooner rather than later. The survey was conducted by the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism located at Stockton University.
Additionally, over 40% of those who responded claimed to have visited the city at least once after the casinos reopened last July. Others stated they have stayed away over Coronavirus concerns. That shutdown lasted over three months and cost the city an estimated $112 million.
Those who have visited Atlantic City since the July reopening seem to be happy with the way things are operating with the COVID restrictions in place. A full 80% of them noted that they were quite satisfied with the guidelines put in place for restaurants and gambling, as well as those on the Boardwalk.
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