The Twitterverse hasn't missed a beat when it comes to Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's venture in Atlantic City, tweeting out excitement over the news.
On Wednesday, investor Carl Icahn announced the $300 million sale of the Trump Taj Mahal to Hard Rock International.
The renovations are expected to wrap up by summer 2018 and is expected to create 3,000 temporary and permanent jobs for the city.
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Twitter users can't get enough of the good news, with some even sharing that the new casino will be a reason to visit the city.
Even Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian took to social media to share the good news:
It is the time to invest in AC. Time to bring back jobs for our communities. The purchase of Taj by Hard Rock is a step in that direction.— Donald Guardian (@ACMayorDonGuard) March 2, 2017
One user said he'd come back to the city to check out the new casino after after a 17 year hiatus.
Sounds as if Hard Rock International is finally coming to AC. Hope they didn't pay too much for the Taj Mahal. Hope they can actually open!— charles kershenblatt (@cwkphotolocal) March 1, 2017
How long has it been since we've been begging for a Hard Rock Hotel in AC?— Jitney Guy (@JitneyGuy) March 1, 2017
All caps-lock loosely translates to being excited − or yelling. Just ask TEN.
Hard Rock getting into AC? I LIKE— All I See is Green (@JayPrimetown) March 1, 2017
And then, there's DJ Mark.
Almost a month ago, this Twitter user from West Chester, Pennsylvania expressed that Icahn should sell the Taj and a Hard Rock should be opened in its place:
So you can only imagine his excitement when his wish came true.
Seriously, what a win for Atlantic City. The place is gonna be sick when it opens as Hard Rock...Finally will have a Hard Rock Live arena— DJ Mark (@dj_mark33) March 2, 2017
DJ Mark was also pretty excited the he called it, too.
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