Harrah's Casino and its first steps in the online market
September 24, 2014
Harrah’s’ Casino, the first of its kind opened in Reno, Nevada in 1937, has represented the casino brand all over the United States. Reno, Las Vegas and Harrah's Resort Atlantic City are three of the icons of the gambling era of the United States. The Harrah's brand has been offering a great environment where everyone can have fun.
Now, the brand wants New Jersey visitors and residents to be the first ones to try the Harrah’s’ Internet experience on HarrahsCasino.com. Players will find many of Harrah’s’ land-based game with one of the widest catalogue of casino games. The casino wants us also to take advantage of this opportunity because includes the Total Rewards program as well. Only registered players can take up on this offer with weekly challenges to win a seat at the Live Treasure Hunt Event at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City. Each contest will grant the player $25 in Bonus Play and the opportunity to enter the weekly drawing for an $800 share in bonus and prizes. Starting tomorrow September 24th, and only until September 30th, players must visit HarrahsCasino.com in order to receive the CODE. Make a $75 deposit and then play any 3 games, betting a minimum of $20 on each game.
On October 18th, we will all meet at the Live Treasure Hunt Event at Harrah's Resort in Atlantic City. Only those who qualify will be able to spend 2 nights at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City. Among the lucky winners, three finalists will get their share of $25K in cash ($15,000 - 1st Place / $7,000 - 2nd Place / $3,000 - 3rd Place). Adrian Bailey, Vice President of Integrated Marketing for HarrahsCasino.com, said: "This innovative campaign bridges the digital and physical worlds that will create a consumer experience the industry has not yet seen. The Harrah's brand is known for bringing customers the world's best in entertainment and this Treasure Hunt will showcase our finest offerings by combining players' favorite digital game play with a real world experience."