• Roberts Event Group Partners with ACA

     
    POSTED July 9, 2017
     

Atlantic City Ambassador and Roberts Event Group have announced that Atlantic City Ambassador will become a division of Roberts Event Group. Atlantic City Ambassador is a full-service event coordination company specializing in the Atlantic City area.

“We are extremely pleased to be able to join forces with such a great company," says Rob Carachilo, vice president of Roberts. "Over the next several months, I look forward to meeting all of ACA’s clients and working with Barbara Flamenbaum and the rest of the ACA. It is our goal that for years to come ACA will continue to provide the exemplary service that its clients and referring hoteliers have come to expect.”

The integration was completed in late April 2017.

“We have partnered with Roberts on past programs and I am thrilled about this new phase of ACA’s evolution," says Barbara Flamenbaum, president of ACA. "I know that as it becomes part of the Roberts family, ACA will continue its ongoing commitment to customer service that has always set ACA apart. During the transition period, I will be introducing our new Ambassadors to our loyal clients and hospitality partners. We will continue to roll out the ACA Red Carpet and Five Star Service to our Atlantic City guests.”

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