American Casino and Entertainment Properties upgrades multi-property uniform system

American Casino and Entertainment Properties (ACEP) will implement InvoTech's multi-property uniform management system at all locations. ACEP also installed the system at its Arizona Charlie’s Decatur property. InvoTech’s multi-property uniform system reduces purchases by letting properties transfer inventory between them to make up shortages.

American Casino Entertainment Properties (ACEP) owns and operates four gaming and entertainment properties in Clark County, Nevada: Stratosphere Casino Hotel & Tower, Arizona Charlie’s Decatur, Arizona Charlie’s Boulder, and the Aquarius Casino Resort.

InvoTech’s multi-property uniform system lets ACEP oversee and manage uniform operation over all its properties, with custom reporting on uniform utilization. The system allows ACEP to transfer garments between properties to maintain optimum uniform standards throughout its operation without additional purchases.

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