Crescent School of Gaming Chooses Changing Vegas To Create Vegas Videos

As the only nationally-accredited casino gaming school in the Unites States, Crescent School of Gaming and Bartending has a lot to offer aspiring casino dealers. With two campuses in Las Vegas, as well as schools in New Orleans, Biloxi, and Memphis, Crescent is turning toward using short-form video to get out the word, modernize its message, and recruit new gaming students.

Last week, Crescent CEO Ricky Richard selected Changing Vegas – a new Las Vegas start up – to create entertaining videos for their Las Vegas locations. David Thompson, the CEO of Changing Vegas, who will be directing the videos, has been one of Crescent’s top table games instructors for three years now, training hundreds of new casino dealers. So, he knows the school, the students, and the subject matter up close and personal.

Last week, David Thompson of Changing Vegas, was tapped to create short-form videos for Crescent School of Gaming and Bartending. Watch for them on the Crescent YouTube channel.
With a location on Sandhill on the East side and Jones on West side of Las Vegas, Crescent School of Gaming is the place to learn how to deal casino table games.

Thompson remarks: “I’m excited to apply my gaming knowledge to a different medium… and I like that my students will be able to star in the videos. Traditional sales ads really have no place in modern media. Instead, we’ll be focusing on comedy skits and informational videos to show prospective dealers everything Crescent has to offer. One of the things that makes Crescent unique is its fun atmosphere. This will be reflected in our new series of videos.”

Currently, students at Crescent are being trained for the World Series of Poker (WSOP), in addition to blackjack, craps, roulette, baccarat, carnival games, and more.

Stay tuned. The new series of short-form Vegas videos will be posted on Crescent School of Gaming and Bartending’s YouTube channel over the coming months:

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