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Photos: Silver Sevens Lights Up Vegas with a New Sign

Silver Sevens vice president and general manager David Nolan and Affinity Gaming’s senior vice president of Nevada operations Loren Gill pose with classic Las Vegas showgirls after the lighting of the property’s new marquee. Photos: Las Vegas Photo & Video
Silver Sevens vice president and general manager David Nolan and Affinity Gaming’s senior vice president of Nevada operations Loren Gill pose with classic Las Vegas showgirls after the lighting of the property’s new marquee. Photos: Las Vegas Photo & Video

The $6 million remodel of the Silver Sevens was officially revealed with a lighting ceremony for its new neon sign on Monday night. The ceremony was a kickoff to a weeklong celebration in which the property formerly known as Terrible’s Hotel & Casino will offer guests special gaming promotions, unique giveaways and food and beverage specials.

“With our new signage officially lighting the Las Vegas skyline, we are ready to share all the amazing changes at Silver Sevens with our guests,” said David Nolan, Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino vice president and general manager. “This yearlong project has involved the tireless work of dozens of dedicated individuals, and we know that effort will be reflected in the product our guests enjoy on a daily basis.”

Renovations over the past year include new hotel furniture and fixtures, a fully renovated sports book operated by William Hill, a new Corona Cantina bar, the addition of a new hospitality suite and a new guest service center.

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New York February / March 2014
New York February / March 2014