"If you came to Atlantic City back then, it was non-stop partying and entertainment and fun," said Dennis Gomes, the new co-owner of Resorts, who hit on the Roaring '20s theme last summer, before the purchase even became final. "It was a major party environment, a backlash against Victorian conservatism. It was a fun time."
"The value of those 500 people coming in for a show is being felt from a gaming and food and beverage revenue standpoint," he said. "We do pretty well with it. And it creates a sense of excitement and energy for the customers."