Atlantic City, New Jersey – Nov. 19, 2018 – Advanced Consulting, Inc. is looking to put a Hotel / Resort on its well-known Boardwalk, becoming the first African-American owned hotel.
Advanced Consulting spokesperson Charles Omar Sutton of the famed Sutton family sees an opportunity to make history and progress in Atlantic City. The firm will look to establish the greatest atmosphere in America with a focus on a Hotel / Resort that offers unique restaurants & entertainment experiences that won’t be like anything currently offered on the Boardwalk. The hotel will be a non-gambling resort with an international appeal not seen in some time in Atlantic City.
Sutton said It’s a great investment in Atlantic City and it’s the type of investments my family has made throughout America. “It marks a new frontier for the area.”
Using our collective resources and giving it some business focus will ensure that Atlantic City becomes a part of the international marketplace. Sutton said a brighter future could happen if the minority market of Atlantic City attains the multiple elements of business & social development it needs to restore its foundation.
Through its continued initiative, the company came up with the 1870 brand – the year the Boardwalk was founded. Advanced Consulting Inc. has launched www.hotels1870.com, which is growing each day with highlights on Atlantic City. The 1870 brand will help companies of all sectors in the area become known throughout the world.
(Charles Omar Sutton) the Sutton family is well-known for their purchases and restoration projects including the purchase of the Apollo Theatre, which helped to renovate the Harlem community, and the creation of WBLS & WLIB radio stations to form Inner City Broadcasting, which owned more than 25 radio stations around the nation. The Late Honorable Percy Sutton Was Regarded by President Barack Obama As A True American Icon. A legacy of building the greatest potential in all people has arrived in Atlantic City. (The Legacy of Percy Sutton Continues).
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