LAS VEGAS — The famous neon pointer of a cowgirl in downtown Las Vegas has been taken down as partial of a construction of a designed casino-resort.
After some-more than dual decades on Freemont Street, “Vegas Vickie” was distant Tuesday.
Casino owners Derek Stevens says his association is looking for a home for a neon sign. It was combined in 1980 and creatively dubbed “Sassy Sally” after a casino of that name.
Stevens’ association is formulation to renovate a space formerly assigned by a Las Vegas Club.
Vegas Vickie came down today, though she’ll be behind soon. pic.twitter.com/eH7B7lVRMk
— Fremont Street Exp (@FSELV) June 13, 2017
— Christy Beckwith (@cbeckwith03) June 15, 2017