The marketing group that urged the country to “Do AC” is about to go out of business, and its $30 million annual budget is being eyed to help Atlantic City in other ways.
Been there, done AC. Now it’s time to move on.
“It’s kind of a mobile billboard as well as a nightclub on wheels, but it’s also a social media generator,” says Jeff Guaracino of the Atlantic City Alliance.
Wildwood deputy mayor Pete Byron says there’s a festival or a parade scheduled for almost every week of the summer season, and beyond.
Philadelphia now has casinos. But it doesn’t have a beach or an ocean — something Atlantic City plans to hammer home this weekend.
Learn more about the Do AC Boardwalk Wine Promenade.
A new 3D light and sound show, art parks, and various activities are highlighted in the new Atlantic City Alliance post hurricane Sandy advertising campaign.