Photos: The Sign Comes Down at Terrible’s to Make Way for Silver Sevens

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Workers from Federal Heath Sign Co. begin removing the iconic Terrible’s Cowboy neon sign as the property begins the transition to its new name Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino. Photo: Eugene Steward
Workers from Federal Heath Sign Co. begin removing the iconic Terrible’s Cowboy neon sign as the property begins the transition to its new name Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino. Photo: Eugene Steward

Terrible’s Hotel & Casino began uninstalling its iconic Terrible’s Cowboy neon sign in preparation for the property’s transition to a new name with the launch of Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino in July 2013.

After an extensive renovation that included more than $5 million in enhancements throughout the property, Affinity Gaming will complete the renovation project by transitioning Terrible’s Hotel & Casino into a new era with the Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino name and exterior signage to showcase the refreshed property. Affinity Gaming will begin to install the new sign for Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino in late June.

The recent property enhancements include new furniture and bathroom fixtures in all hotel rooms, a fully renovated William Hill sports book, a new casino bar, the addition of a new hospitality suite and a new players club/welcome center combination.

The Terrible’s Cowboy signage will be donated to the Neon Museum to showcase as a piece of Las Vegas history.

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