REVEL CLOSE 2

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ATLANTIC CITY - Ocean Resort Casino, the former Revel resort, is taking applications for several positions at the property, which is expected to open this summer.

The positions include: director of training and development, a business analyst, front office manager, IT support technician, restaurant chefs, casino controller.

On Jan. 4, Glenn Straub sold Revel to AC OCEAN WALK, a group led by Colorado-based investor Bruce Deifik, for $200 million. The property is scheduled to reopen over the summer as Ocean Resort Casino, joining Hard Rock, which will open its new property at the former Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort site.

“We are incredibly excited that we were able to take advantage of the opportunity to acquire this tremendous property at a time when Atlantic City is seeing great economic strides,” said Bruce Deifik, the Chairman of AC OCEAN WALK, when he purchased the property. “Now the city has a number of exciting new projects with our property and the Hard Rock, as well as Stockton University's new campus and the expansion of the medical center,"

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Started working in newsrooms when I was 17 years old. Spent 15 years working for Gannett New Jersey before coming to The Press of Atlantic City in April 2015.

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