Oh, the Revel. The pricey, overtly-grand, poor customer-serviced, market-deaf casino never caught on and, after being forced to declare bankruptcy for a second time this summer, announced that it will close its doors next month. But it’s not often that a business which has lost investors comically large bags of cash actually loses comically large bags of cash.
Earlier this month, more than $20,000 was lost when an armored car company picked up money from the Atlantic City casino — and left one of the bags on the roof.
Now, an investigation is underway to find out what happened to the money.
Hours after GardaWorld armored car services made a cash pickup at Revel on Aug. 6, the casino was notified that nearly $21,000 in currency was missing, according to an incident report obtained by The Press of Atlantic City. The report does not indicate the total amount of the full transaction.
I’d start by checking the SWAT team…