Gaming Chip to Honor Dennis Gomes
Atlantic City’s Resorts Casino Hotel plans to honor its late owner with a $25 gambling chip.
The casino got approval from the state Division of Gaming Enforcement to use a chip honoring Dennis Gomes.
Gomes, a true champion of our region’s development as a destination resorts, as well as a gaming industry icon, kept Resorts from possibly closing its doors by buying the struggling casino in 2010.
The veteran casino executive died in February of complications from kidney dialysis.
The chips will go into use later this year.