A.C. casino will honor late owner with $25 gambling chip

    What’s the best way for a business to honor its late owner? The answer is easy when you’re in the gaming business.

    Atlantic City’s Resorts Casino Hotel will introduce a $25 gambling chip in honor of late co-owner Dennis Gomes, who died in February.

    The Associated Press reports Resorts already has the go-ahead from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to use the chip. The chip will go into circulation later this year.

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