Hard Rock also announced a $ 20,000 pledge to benefit the Atlantic City Police and Fire Department. The funds will go to equipment.
While others brought their appreciation straight to the source, Ocean hosted a banquet for first responders at Luna’s, a VIP coffee space.
âEvery day we answer for everything – there are no nights, weekends or holidays – and for Ocean that means a lot to men and women,â said Jules Schwenger, president of Atlantic City Local PBA. 24.
Harrah’s, Caesars, and Tropicana brought stakeholders coffee, salads, and even a heart-shaped pizza with a special message on the lid of the box.
We’re really trying to make them feel special on this day for everything they’ve done for us during the pandemic, âsaid Joe Lodise, senior vice president and general manager of Caesars Atlantic City.
Captain Paul Hess of the No. 1 Fire Station appreciated the gesture.
âWe are the new generation firefighters trying to eat decent food,â he joked. “What about the coffee? Here we go – all day, all night, we drink it.
Harrah’s Executive Chef Larry Smith spoke about how the tradition of giving back to first responders was born as he delivered food to the No.2 Atlantic City Fire Station.