Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City, has announced that it will commit 15 big ones to local emergency services. This was in honor of First Responder’s Day on October 28th, 2020. Hard Rock, which has the motto “Take time to be Kind,” and “Serve all love all,” has offered up $5,000 checks to Atlantic City Police Foundation and Atlantic City Professional Fire Fighters Local 198, to name but a few.
All and all, when Hard Rock Casino bought the old Trump Taj Mahal, their vision was to help local communities, people, and charities. Back then, they wanted to help make the Garden State’s capital America’s number 1 playground.
The place to go
Without a doubt, Hard Rock has help shaping up Atlantic City’s landscape in the past years. Indeed, it’s now a top entertainment destination in Atlantic City. The truth is, the “new casino” offers incredible gaming, several dining venues, as well as a top-end spa. Also, it has a spectacular gaming floor that offers 2,200 slots as well as 120 table games. But more importantly, the casino is giving back to our community, and in areas, you wouldn’t expect them to.
Adapting to the climate
Undeniably, the current health crisis has seen this operator adapt to different protocols and limited capacity. Yet, they rose to the challenge by introducing new Safe + Sound protocols. They’ve made face coverings mandatory and take all guests’ and employees’ temperatures when entering the building.
As well as this, they brought in a new Safe + Sound Clean Team to focus on cleaning all surfaces regularly. Also, they’ve provided over 200 hand sanitizers in places such as entrances and exits. Plus, They’ve added more air filters to improve air circulation. This way, everyone can play safely.
Whether you want casino or entertainment, Hard Rock is one of the best around. It offers an excellent experience and a personalized one for different types of guests. Now, they have just proved that they don’t only give patrons a full experience, but they also give back to the community. Just like they said, they would when starting their new Atlantic City Venture.