Time is undefeated and it will move on. Nothing stays the same, sadly. Another icon of Las Vegas has been the neon. Hard to imagine Downtown Las Vegas or the Strip without neon. Nowadays, the “neon” is actually a gigantic LED TV screen. It looks sharp and can be updated with a few keyboard entries and a click of a mouse. Neon itself is a dying art and there is not much of it left. If you take a walk down the Fremont Street Experience, you will find several old neon signs still up, even though they have nothing to do with the business below or within the building.
You can still see the famous “Vegas Vic” the neon cowboy but his sidekick (companion?) Vegas Vickie was removed back in June 2017 as well as the Las Vegas Club sign to make room for the renovations coming to Fremont Street. According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, she is supposed to be restored and put back up for all to see in another location, but no one seems to know where.