The new Revel property seeks to unseat Borgata as the gaming and entertainment property of choice in Atlantic City, but it will need more than sold-out shows by Beyonce to reckon with the unions that aren't happy about its un-organized work force.
Union pickets could be going up soon outside the newly opened Revel casino, even as the $2.4 billion month-old resort tries to build its business before a grand opening on Memorial Day weekend.
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