Tropicana Atlantic City Holds Annual Indoor Beach Bash

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -

With all this rain and Nor'easter Nick forecasting more bitter cold temperatures, the folks at Tropicana Atlantic City have a way for you to beat those winter blues.

On Friday, January 12th, the Tropicana kicked off its annual Indoor Beach Bash with a free party featuring some summertime favorites.

The party started with a friendly game of cornhole between the Boys and Girls Club of Atlantic City and Tropicana executives, and after the game, Tropicana awarded the organization with a check donation.

The day also featured a six-foot sand castle, summertime treats like saltwater taffy and hotdogs, and photos with the cast of Boogie Nights dressed up in summer attire.

Officials say the event is a fun way to get everyone feeling better about the cold.

"This just gives people a break," said Steve Callender, general manager at Tropicana Atlantic City. "We just went through a snow weekend where people couldn't even get out and now they can get away from their troubles a little bit and come in and act like it's summertime, even if it's two degrees outside. 

"They can be in here and we'll treat them like it's summertime."

The indoor fun continues through Sunday, February 28th, with live music, entertainment, and giveaways.

For a full list of beach bash activities visit tropicana.net.

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