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Atlantic City Alliance party bus to bring Philly patrons to see ACNightlife

Atlantic City Alliance has a new option for Philadelphians who want to come to Atlantic City to enjoy a might club or lounge. It’s called DoACNightLife, a party bus equipped with a stocked bar, strobe lights and a deejay for an enjoyable hour ride to the shore.

Atlantic City claims to have at least 42 night clubs, lounges and bars for every partygoer taste, from Kane’s Royal Jelly Burlesque Nightclub at Revel, to the new Landshark Bar& Grill on the boards at Margaritaville at a local one called Duck Town Tavern that boasts three happy hours Monday to Fridays with half price appetizers.

It should be noted that Examiner Man (yours truly) has on occasion written about Happy Hours at Atlantic City night clubs, cocktail lounges and bars inside casinos. Recently, he wrote about Robert’s Happy Hour, the very swanky restaurant and lounge inside the Trump Taj Mahal casino.

The new bus attraction will start its evening in Philadelphia and will transport about thirty people from Philadelphia to Atlantic City to visit local night clubs and cocktail lounges. According to Liza Cartmell, president of the ACA, participants will be recruited by partners or invited to join the party bus by other means.

Ms Cartmell said the idea to better promote night life in Atlantic City came from casino properties that told of the growing nightlife industry in th city. The Alliance, she noted plans to bring the party bus to Philadelphia on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays, and Mondays.

The Atlantic City Alliance president said this year’s marketing program will focus on Atlantic City activitiesrather than promoting “DO AC” as a brand. Thus, the party bus and a push to promote the city as a “premier nightlife destination.”. Also, a promotion titled Taste of Summer will focus on indoor Atlantic City attractions, she noted.

The Atlantic City Alliance was created by the city’s Tourism District about three years ago with a $30 million annual budget funded by the eleven Atlantic City casinos.

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