Ocean Casino Resort reveals its $15 million reinvestment in the resort, team members, and the North Beach community.
“Ocean’s interest in our people, product, and community is a testament to the forward-thinking direction our property is taking as we enter the summer months,” Terry Glebocki, Chief Executive Officer of Ocean Casino Resort said. “
“As restrictions ease and we will begin reopening additional facilities of our business. I am delighted to provide our guests with an evolving gaming experience that is unique to the market,” he added.
Ocean continues to up the ante this summer with several additions to the casino floor. The resort will open a brand-new high-limit table games venue, a distinct Asian gaming space, and two new guest lounges for Ocean Rewards cardholders. Besides, Ocean will install new pathways throughout the casino. It will allow guests to easily navigate between games, which will include over 250 new slot machines.
Furthermore, the resort will expand several of its non-gaming amenities, such as pools and cabanas, beach, culinary hospitality, and more.
Oceans plan for donation
As Ocean expands its success, the resort remains committed to its team members and the public in which it thrives. Ocean and Luxor Capital Group will donate $50,000 to several local charities in addition to more than $1 million in annual wage increases and bonuses to eligible team members.
Ocean will provide community gardens at the Absecon Lighthouse and Uptown School Complex as part of the AtlantiCare Foundation’s Growing Green Initiative, which will help to improve nutrition practices, empower residents, and beautify open spaces.
Moreover, Ocean will organize two summer beach clean-ups in collaboration with South Jersey Boardriders. And also provide water awareness, safety education, and surf lessons to local children. Ocean will also donate sleep and travel essentials. It will in support of the Covenant House of New Jersey’s mission to provide shelter for young adults experiencing homelessness.