The Ocean Casino Resort, which until a few weeks ago was known as the. CEO managing the oceanfront property while an ownership transfer takes place.. the late Bruce Deifik, the Colorado developer who died in a car crash last. at slot machines this April than in any previous month, and recorded its.
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The new Ocean Resort and Casino officially opened Thursday in the former Revel hotel and casino. very close attention to what the people said that came to Revel,” says co-owner Bruce Deifik. “What.
Read more here -“Profits down 15% in expanded Atlantic City casino market” Read more here R.I.P. – “Bruce Deifik, former owner of Ocean. former Revel as the Ocean Casino Resort, died over the.
Bruce Deifik, the former owner of Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic. told Associated Press that the developer was killed in a car crash on his.
“This is Elvis’ car that he. play clips of Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Nirvana and Johnny Cash as customers descend to the casino floor. At the Ocean Resort, owner Bruce Deifik has fixed most.
Developer, former casino owner Deifik dies in crash at 64 By WAYNE PARRY April 8, 2019 ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) – Bruce Deifik, the Colorado developer who lost a fortune running a struggling Atlantic City casino for six months, was killed in a single-car crash in Denver.
According to The Press of Atlantic City, Bruce Deifik, the former World Series of Fighting (WSOF) owner and Professional Fighters League (PFL) investor has died at the age of 64 following a car.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) – The former owner of Atlantic City’s Ocean Resort Casino has been killed in an automobile accident. His lawyer tells The Associated Press that Bruce Deifik was killed.
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – The owner of Atlantic City’s Ocean Resort Casinos promised to “surprise the world” when the former Revel casino reopens next week. at levels Revel could only have dreamed.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) – The man overseeing atlantic city’s Ocean Resort Casino until new owners take over says. until New York hedge fund luxor capital takes over from former owner Bruce Deifik.
The cause of the real estate developer's death was not immediately known Monday.. Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City, dies in colorado car wreck. that Bruce Deifik, former owner of Ocean Casino Resort, has passed.
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