One of the biggest reasons that Aces Casino Entertainment continues to be recognized as the #1 casino night party company in SoCal for so long now has to be something that they call their "constant entertainment evolution," which I'd shorten to, "Out With The Old, In With The New." (Ed. Note: That's SHORTER? I Don't think so.)
I decided to take the initiative recently to find out information on the history of Aces Casino, and began roaming the halls of our eclectic casino party company, looking for unsuspecting souls to ask them a question: Can you tell me the history of Aces Casino's "evolution," about some of the things that were here in use at one time or another, but ended up disappearing, were eventually retired, or replaced with something else?
Boy, did I open up Pandora's Box. They gave me so much good stuff, we ended up with too much info to put in one Blog article. So, we'll start with my two favorite stories....
#1 -- "The Aces Race and Sports Book"
OK, first off, I had never HEARD of the "Aces Race and Sports Book," but lo and behold, it does exist, and is still here at Aces Casino - Kinda. History tells us that back in 1994, the Race/Sports Book was one of the first "electronic marvels" of the company. It was a device with three big-screen TV's, each of them independently showing some computer-generated horse race or sporting event that people could bet their fake chips on. The "ARSB," as we'll call it, is actually partially shown in one of the first brochures that the company produced back in 1994.