THE RICHARD STOCKTON COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY

Office of Public Relations

Pomona, NJ  08240

 

Media Advisory Invitation to Cover:

Stockton-Zogby Poll to Release Opinion Surveys on A.C. Hospitality Industry

For Immediate Release  

Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Contact:   Tim Kelly                                                             

                  Stockton Public Relations                                

                  (609) 652-4950                                                   

 

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, in partnership with Zogby International, a leading market survey and polling organization, will conduct a press briefing and release the first Stockton-Zogby Poll tomorrow at the Carnegie Library Center here.   

 

Among other findings, the presentation will focus on New Jersey residents’ true impressions of Atlantic City as a tourism destination.  Is Atlantic City “Always Turned On” as its new marketing slogan suggests?  Attendees of the session will be the first to hear what really turns New Jersey residents on…or off!!!  

 

The presentation will be made by Stockton College Provost Dr. David Carr and Mr. Thomas H. Larrabee, Deputy CEO/ Chief of Staff of Zogby International, a renowned market survey and polling organization. 

 

The briefing ties in with the East Coast Gaming Congress on May 26 at Boardwalk Hall and is representative of Stockton’s contributions to the Southern New Jersey region.    Stockton’s services to Southern New Jersey and the gaming industry include its Hospitality Management program and its Management and Professional Services division, which leads a training program for the employees of three local casino properties: Caesars Entertainment, Sands, and the Tropicana.

 

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WHAT: Press Briefing

 

WHERE: Carnegie Library Center, Corner, Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. and Pacific Ave., Atlantic City, NJ.

 

WHEN: 11 a.m., Wednesday May 25, 2005

 

WHY: To release initial findings of Stockton-Zogby Poll on New Jersey Residents’ impressions of Atlantic City as a Tourism Destination