ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Three former executives at the shut-down Atlantic Club Casino Hotel have found new jobs with one of the companies that bought and closed the casino.
The Tropicana Casino and Resort says it has hired the ex-employees, each of whom worked in the player development field.
Fern Farmer is a 30-year veteran of the casino industry who most recently was the Atlantic Club’s executive director of customer development.
Roseanne Moffa has 29 years’ experience and worked at the casino in its early days in marketing, player development and other fields.
Marion Pistoia has 24 years’ experience and was most recently director of player development at the Atlantic Club.
The Atlantic Club closed down early Monday after having been sold last month in a bankruptcy court auction.