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    Default Rolling Chair operators have a dress code

    First off - let me say I'm all for this. In an effort to clean-up Atlantic City and to give a more positive image to guests, now all the Rolling Chair operators have to wear a "uniform" shirt. They have a choose of either blue or yellow. There are a lot of changes taking place in AC, such as the two new casinos planned, the facades on the boarfdwalk are getting a serious make-over, new restaurants are opening up by big name chefs and much more. What do you think of the rolling chair operators' uniforms?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyDevil
    First off - let me say I'm all for this. In an effort to clean-up Atlantic City and to give a more positive image to guests, now all the Rolling Chair operators have to wear a "uniform" shirt. They have a choose of either blue or yellow. There are a lot of changes taking place in AC, such as the two new casinos planned, the facades on the boarfdwalk are getting a serious make-over, new restaurants are opening up by big name chefs and much more. What do you think of the rolling chair operators' uniforms?
    I think the uniforms present a std. front to the public and can help in the public image dept.

    Overall I do not care whether they have uniforms or not. I do think that uniforms can help in presenting a cleaner, neater public image.

    Hopefully the uniforms chosen will be of a type of material that is appropriate for the weather. (Would not want to see an operator with a wool shirt during the dog days of august. )
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