Casino Association of New Jersey Names Terry Glebocki President

Atlantic City, NJ – The Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ) announced today that its members have selected Terry Glebocki to serve as president of the trade organization. Glebocki is the first female president of CANJ and Chief Executive Officer of Ocean Casino Resort. She succeeds Steve Callender who retired in March.

“I am privileged and honored to succeed Steve Callender as the next president of the Casino Association of New Jersey. Steve successfully led our organization during the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are grateful for the strength and leadership he has shown in these unprecedented times,” said Terry Glebocki, President of the Casino Association of New Jersey. “I am thrilled to lead the CANJ forward as we work to help Atlantic City and the region recover from this devastating pandemic and continue the ongoing revitalization of this world-class destination resort.”

CANJ, AtlantiCare and UNITE HERE Local 54 recently announced that Atlantic City casino workers began receiving COVID-19 vaccinations starting March 29 at the Atlantic County COVID-19 Vaccination Megasite.  The three organizations are working together to prioritize vaccinating approximately 25,000 casino employees by Memorial Day.

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“The casino industry, in partnership with AtlantiCare and UNITE HERE Local 54, is giving all of our workers an additional opportunity to get vaccinated by Memorial Day. We will also continue to employ our wide-ranging, comprehensive health protocols to ensure everyone has a safe, enjoyable experience. We look forward to bringing back even more of our valued guests and employees in the coming weeks and months as we rebuild from this devastating economic and health crisis,” Glebocki added.

Glebocki has served as CEO of Ocean Casino Resort since 2019. She has three decades of financial management experience, including serving as Chief Financial Officer of Ocean Casino Resort and Tropicana Entertainment Inc.

Women currently lead three of Atlantic City’s nine properties, and Glebocki taking on this key leadership role with CANJ is yet another signal that the industry is changing.

“I am proud of my fellow female executives who are paving the way for other talented women to join the leadership ranks, further transforming the gaming industry into a more diverse and dynamic workplace,” said Glebocki. “I am looking forward to being at the helm, during this challenging yet exciting time for our industry.”

CANJ advocates for the Atlantic City casino industry by supporting legislation and initiatives that advance the ongoing revitalization of Atlantic City into a world-class destination resort. The trade organization membership includes the following Atlantic City properties: Bally’s Atlantic City, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, Caesars Atlantic City, Golden Nugget Atlantic City, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City, Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City, Ocean Casino Resort, Resorts Casino Hotel and Tropicana Atlantic City.

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About the Casino Association of New Jersey

The Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ) is a trade organization that provides a collective voice for the Atlantic City casino industry by facilitating the exchange of information and ideas between our industry, small businesses, Atlantic City stakeholders and the general public. The CANJ consistently advocates for legislation and initiatives that support the ongoing revitalization of Atlantic City into a world-class destination resort. A thriving casino industry drives economic growth, job creation, increased tax revenue for state and local budgets, and prosperity for city residents, hardworking families and businesses which rely on the casinos for their livelihood. Our goals are simple: protect and grow the tens of thousands of jobs the casino industry supports across New Jersey and continue Atlantic City’s transformation into a world-class destination resort. To learn more please visit: https://casinosnj.org/.

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