Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort Hosts Tournament To Raise Scholarship For Son of Slain Worker
Tuesday, 19. January 2010

Tragedy befell Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort this past summer when shift manager Ray Kot was fatally shot by a patron of the casino. Mr. Kot leaves behind a wife, and a son, Drew. Without financial support, Drew was in danger of not having the money to attend college. The Trump Taj Mahal and poker player are stepping in to ensure that Drew has the money to move forward with his dreams of higher education.

The Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort first annual tournament memorializing the passing of Mr. Ray Kot is currently underway. The size of Sunday’s championship field will depend how quickly the various qualifiers fill up and how many winners emerge from each.

Entry into the event is $25 and the proceeds will be going into a fund for the late Ray Kot’s son Drew. The Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort is donating some prizes in an effort to entice players to support this most worthy charity including a trip to the Super Bowl for the winner, large flat-screen television for second place and Super Bowl party at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort for the third place winner.

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