Visitors Can Take a Gamble To Improve Their Looks at Trump Taj Mahal

As an editor who has covered the medical spa industry for years, I'm familiar with myriad cosmetic procedures designed to improve one's appearance, ranging from injectables to laser therapy to plastic surgery. And, in my opinion, I'm all for anything that is going to help me look and feel my best. In fact, I have been getting preventative Botox since before I even saw a wrinkle on my face (Thanks, Dr. Andrew Jacono!), and I certainly would not object to other procedures I may need in the future to improve my appearance as I get older. Unfortuantely, a lot of these procedures are super expensive, which is why many people have to shelf the idea of cosmetic enhancements. Or, they can just visit Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City and take part in the "Nip, Tuck and Life Sweepstakes." Here is how it works: one lucky gambler who uses his or her Trump One Card to earn credits by playing the slots or the tables between Oct. 2-Oct. 29 will win $25,000 to be used for plastic surgery. "We wanted to change the face of a typical casino promotion, and with this one we are literally doing it," says Kathleen McSweeney, senior vice president of marketing for Trump Entertainment Resorts. "This promotion will allow the winner the opportunity to get the procedures of choice." For those who are happy just the way they are (good for you!), they can opt for the $25,000 award in cash.

 

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