ATLANTIC CITY — On Wednesday morning, June 5, Caesars Entertainment’s HERO volunteers helped to clean up different parts of the city, as part of the company’s ongoing involvement with the New Jersey Clean Communities statewide litter-abatement program. program.
The Caesars team members, worked alongside members of the local government, businesses, community organizations and schools. This year’s Atlantic City Cleanup Day “marks the fourth year of the program, of which Caesars Entertainment has participated since its inception,” according to a release sent to the media.
The HERO volunteers split up into eight groups to clean up designated areas of the city, including Indiana Avenue, MLK Jr. Blvd., Kentucky Avenue, New York Avenue, Tennessee Avenue, Maryland Avenue, States Avenue, Clinton Avenue and Delaware Avenue.
Caesars Entertainment owns four casinos in Atlantic City — Bally’s, Showboat, Caesars and Harrah’s Resort.