Atlantic City honored Dennis Gomes, the late co-owner of Resorts Casino Hotel, by naming the street in front of the casino in his honor.At Friday's ceremony, Mayor Lorenzo Langford unveiled a sign renaming a portion of North Carolina Avenue as "Dennis C. Gomes Avenue."
Dennis Gomes, the Resorts Casino Hotel co-owner famous for his knack for attracting free publicity to his casinos, was honored at a memorial service Friday, a day after he was laid to rest in a private ceremony.
ATLANTIC CITY -- Dennis Gomes, co-owner of Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City and a former mob-busting prosecutor in Las Vegas, whose exploits were chronicled in the movie "Casino," has died, a casino spokeswoman said Friday. He was 68.
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