American Place Casino holds new-hire sweepstakes for Universal Studios prize

July 10, 2023
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Those hired from July 1 to August 31 will be entered to win a four-night stay in Orlando, Florida.

American Place Casino recently kicked off an employee incentive for those who were hired between July 1 and August 23. New team members who start with American Place Casino within those dates will be eligible to win a trip for two to Orlando, Florida.

The New Hire Getaway Sweepstakes winner’s package will include round-trip airfare, passes for two to stay four nights at Universal Orlando Resort, as well as tickets to the Universal Studios Theme Park and $500 in additional spending money, a trip valued at close to $5,000.

The casino will announce the contest winner on November 30. The lucky employee will be given a paid week off for the trip.

However, current employees will not be left out of the contest perks. Their names will be entered into a second prize drawing for a package valued at the same amount as the new-hire sweepstakes.

American Place Casino VP and General Manager Jeff Babinski commented on the sweepstakes and praised the casino’s team members for their dedication to the location’s success.

He said, "Our team members have been a key component to American Place's success since we opened back in February.

"The New Hire Getaway Sweepstakes is our way of showing how grateful we are to have them as part of our team. For those who have yet to apply, we hope this incentive will pique some interest. We are excited to welcome you to the American Place family."

American Place Casino is currently hiring for a variety of positions that include security, food & beverage workers, administrative positions and table game dealers.


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