The latest developments regarding the escaped rodeo bull, which somehow entered The Quarter at Tropicana Casino & Resort, Atlantic City earlier Friday.
Tropicana Casino & Resort has just reported: "That's Bull - April Fools!"
Apparently today’s news alert that a bull had escaped from the Atlantic City Boardwalk Rodeo and wandered into Tropicana Casino & Resort turned out to be nothing but bull, according to the very imaginative marketing team at the Tropicana in Atlantic City.
"Some may even call it a tall tail," reads the Trop's press release, which can be read in its entirety (with a photo gallery) by clicking here.
You can see photos here as well.
'I think what you’ll see [Tropicana] do as we move forward is make a series of small announcements about things we’re doing to improve the property. Hopefully, maybe in about six months, we’ll have our master plan done and be able to make a big announcement about the future of the Tropicana.'
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YOU COULD HEAR THE SURPRISE in Richard Sterban’s voice as he repeated the words slowly and carefully, as if trying to make sure he’d heard correctly. “You say there’s going to be a rodeo on the Boardwalk?” Sterban asked in almost incredulous tones. Sterban, the owner and operator of one of the deepest bass voices in the history of recorded music, had every reason to express a sense of disbelief. He’s been a member of the best-selling country music group the Oak Ridge Boys for nigh on 40 years. But Sterban, who grew up in Camden County, still has enough southern New Jersey blood to know the words “Boardwalk” and “rodeo” are...
Atlantic City, an urban gambling mecca by the sea, should be seeing a lot more cowboy hats and boots on visitors this weekend when the city becomes a magnet to draw both urban cowboys and better yet, the real deal, to town.
The Tropicana Casino & Resort in Atlantic City has just reported that one of the bulls in town for this weekend's Atlantic City Boardwalk Rodeo left the rodeo holding area and has entered The Quarter.
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