March 2015

The next Meeting of the Atlantic City Casino Collectibles Club (ACCCC) will be held on Sunday 22 March, 2015. It will be a "Gorgeous" day in Atlantic City. The weather will be sunny and warm (Just like our last meeting). Doors of the Park Ballroom at Bally's Hotel and Spa will open to all members at 11:00am.

Club and Chipping News

  • 2015 ACCCC meeting dates are: January 18, March 22, May 17, September 20, and November 15.
  • Nominations and Elections for Club Officers will take place at the March 22, 2015 Meeting. Installation of the

new Officers will take place at the May 17, 2015 Meeting.

Remember the CC&GTCC Convention: The 23rd "The Casino Chip & Gaming Token Collectors Club", June

25-27th, 2015. South Point Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada. Contact Sheldon Smith or Brenda Black for more details.

Recap of January 18, 2015 Meeting

  • The Meeting was called to order approximately 11:00am by our President.
  • All board members were present.
  • 33 members and 6 guests were present.
  • 50/50 Winners: Bob Baker $45.00, Charles Kaplan $25.00 (Donated back to the Club), and Catherine Wheeler


The Club released the 20th Anniversary ACCCC Commemorative Chip.

Rumor Control

  • Caesars' Gary Loveman is stepping down as CEO, staying as Caesars' chairman.
  • Effective July 1, 2015, Mark Frissora, former chief executive of rental car company Hertz will be the new CEO.
  • Air Canada will start flying from Atlantic City to Toronto.
  • Local lead singer Frank Orsini (from the band "Don't call me Francis"), dies at age 52.
  • Borgata will open the 2015 season with new nightclubs and an outdoor entertainment venue featuring big-name

music festivals.

Glenn Straub of Florida still trying to purchase the Revel for $82 million. He plans to put a year-round indoor

waterpark in the facility.

The Philadelphia Soul will host an Arena Football League Game at Boardwalk Hall.

A L.A. developer shows interest in the Revel property.

Ron Jaworski gives a proposal for the Brigantine Golf Course.

Madonna coming to Boardwalk Hall.

Riviera, one of the oldest and most iconic Las Vegas casinos, could soon be demolished to make way for an

expanding convention center.

Harrah's Tunica Mississippi Casino not only closed, but the dismantling of the five barges that houses the casino

will start soon.
Trivia Question: The Italian game "Baccara" is better known as what? See you on the Boardwalk, Happy Chipping Everybody,

Marc Maahs