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Retooling the rebound

Stockton University in Atlantic City.

The words – “partner” and “partnership” – remain crucial in Atlantic City as the state and city work in tandem to lure in businesses beyond gambling. Those efforts are evident with Stockton's new, 413-bed dorm in the city’s Chelsea neighborhood, which includes the $230 million “AC Gateway” anchored by SJI headquarters and the university's campus.

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Even with indoor dining, casinos rely on online gambling, sports betting

ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY - SEPTEMBER 8, 2012: The historic Atlantic City boardwalk at twilight. It is the oldest boardwalk in the United States dating from 1870.

“There aren’t many industries that have rebounded with such high velocity post-pandemic to record revenue numbers. Online casino and sports betting have seen a meteoric rise over the last eight months,” Vice President of U.S. Business at the Gambling.com Group Max Bichsel said in a statement. “New Jersey is the model for the 45 or so states that haven’t legalized online gaming yet.”

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Winter is coming

ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY - SEPTEMBER 8, 2012: The historic Atlantic City boardwalk at twilight. It is the oldest boardwalk in the United States dating from 1870.

It’s been a full quarter since New Jersey’s brick and mortar gaming parlors were allowed to reopen for business. And with cold weather on the way, Atlantic City’s casinos continue to face operational uncertainty.

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