Neon/LED Signs

Texas Neon Companies

Being home to vibrant cities with thriving arts and entertainment scenes, a rich history of desolate backroad restaurants and gas stations, Route 66, and multiple businesses that have been utilizing neon signage and decorations since neon’s debut to the world a century ago, Texas is a true neon hotspot! The creation of these signs requires …

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“Welcome to Las Vegas” Sign

One of the most recognizable neon signs of all time is the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign” that greets tourists entering Las Vegas from the town of Paradise, which is just south of the city. This sign has welcomed tourists to the “Vegas Strip” since 1959. The sign, which was designed by artist Betty …

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Las Vegas Neon

Apart from mid-20th century New York City, no other city in the USA is synonymous with neon and LED signage as Las Vegas, Nevada. Vegas is home to some of the world’s most famous neon and LED signs. The neon signs that adorn Las Vegas’s casinos and hotels have stood for decades and have become …

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Augusta Historic Theatre (Augusta, KS)

One business that deserves special mention in this directory is the Augusta Historic Theatre in Augusta, KS. Established in 1935, the Augusta Theatre was designed with extravagance in mind. It was created in the Art-Deco style that was popular worldwide during the 1910s-1930s and was one of a few small handful of theaters worldwide to …

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Desert Hills Motel -Tulsa, OK

One of the most notable motels along Tulsa, OK’s stretch of the “Mother Road”, the Desert Hills Motor Court Motel has been a popular place for weary-eyed travelers to stay since 1953. The neon cactus sign in front of the motor court has becoming something of a local icon and the sign and motel have …

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Meadow Gold Milk Sign – Tulsa, OK

The Meadow Gold Milk Sign in Tulsa, OK is a classic Route 66 neon sign. From the 1930s through the 1970s, this sign advertised the Meadow Gold Milk dairy on which it was located and lit the way for countless nighttime travelers along Tulsa’s stretch of Route 66. Many a trucker, traveler, soldier, pedestrian, or …

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