From Atlantic City Press
Casinos end ACES train service from Atlantic City to New York
Posted: Friday, March 9, 2012 12:09 pm
By DONALD WITTKOWSKI, Staff Writer pressofAtlanticCity.com
ATLANTIC CITY - Luxury train service that carried gamblers from New York to the Atlantic City casinos has ended after a three-year run.
"We decided not to continue the contract. It was a three-year contract," said Katie Dougherty, a spokeswoman for Caesars Entertainment Corp., one of the gaming companies involved in the rail line's funding.
The Atlantic City Express - dubbed ACES - never made money, although the casinos did not disclose exactly how much it lost.
Harrah's Resort, Caesars Atlantic City and Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa launched the service in February 2009, connecting Manhattan's Penn Station to Atlantic City, with a stop in Newark.
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