At this time, Hard Rock International intends to operate its Atlantic City cafe location through the balance of its lease, the company said in a press statement Thursday. “The company will not close the location unless the Taj Mahal, the casino in which the cafe resides, closes,” Hard Rock management said.
Conditional notices required under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act were issued to employees in the event that the Taj Mahal bankruptcy plan is not approved, resulting in the closure of the Taj Mahal. These notices provide employees with appropriate advance notice of the possibility of Taj Mahal closure.
“Since opening its doors in 1996, the brand has been and continues to be committed to Atlantic City and brand expansion within New Jersey,” Hard Rock said.
With a total of 198 venues in 63 countries, including 152 cafes, 21 hotels and 10 casinos, Hard Rock International is one of the most globally recognized companies.