Most of the people who visit Atlantic City are because of Casino places, where they wanted to cash a few things.
Las Vegas has been a prime destination for casino lovers in the world, but these days it seems like it is facing bit problem because of these so called big casino not doing well at ground.
Five casinos who have been operational in Atlantic city are closed closed now since 2014 and the latest one of them is Trump Taj mahal, once called eighth wonder of the world by its founder Donald Trump, the presidential candidate of United states of America.
And that is yielding many small businesses shuttered up because of these high end casino places.
Noel Feliciano, a small business owner of the City, who ran one stop destination for last 25 years, said that big casino here were attracting people from the various places of the world and they wanted to have some fun.
He said that most of our customers wanted to have some fishing during their trip to Atlantic City and looked up for local bait shops.
He stated that casinos are in our DNA and you can’t take them away from us anyhow. He also mentioned that how America and its economy is built on small businesses, but here everything is big and that what everyone looked upon to get related with it.
Atlantic City will celebrate its 40th anniversary of voting that brought casinos to the state and now another voting will be held on November 8,2016 to decide whether casino gambling to be approved in the state of North Jersey.
Many historian also thinks that when casino gaming brought to the city before 40 years they were serving just like that and after a few years they started to open their own restaurants, shops, night spots and hence they were able to isolate people from the rest of the community.
There were plenty of things to do before these casino places being settled up in Atlantic City.
One of the road of the city named as Boardwalk was the focal point of the city’s economy, but all of sudden most of the restaurants have been replaced by convenience stories, mom and pop spots and many other storefronts have been shuttered for years.