The casino looked much more exciting than I remember from my last visit several years ago, so I drove over to see if they’d made any changes.
Most of the “customers” I saw feeding the machines didn’t look anything like the actors.
Rather than dancers, I saw many more people with grey hair than the under 40 year olds in the commercials. So I ask you, is it false advertising for their commercials to be filled with young adults having a blast dancing?
I understand aspirational casting…and I admit that I have cast younger and more attractive “representatives” of target audiences. Regardless, isn’t cutting the ages by nearly half overdoing this concept beyond the breaking point?
I feel that I should note that they have a nightclub at the casino that brings in younger dancers who appear to be having a great time. Regardless, this group was dancing in a separated area and they were not using the 1,700 electronic “games” (usually called video lotteries or slots) that were featured in the commercial.
What do you think? Aspirational or false?