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 •  September 24, 2015

Workers on Tuesday removed signage from the New York-New York that had greeted visitors to the Strip casino since the property opened in 1997.
But the 30-foot gold-border neon reader board, marquee and canopy won’t disappear forever.
The signage was taken down in three sections and will be reassembled at the Neon Museum in downtown Las Vegas to ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

Another Las Vegas entity wants to sell naming rights, and this time it’s for an LED screen.
Branded Cities Network, which owns the 60-foot-tall sign at Harmon Corner, wants to sell rights to put an entity’s name atop the sign that measures 306 feet across.
“We have had some initial interest form a number of very iconic and very powerful brands,” ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

Developers of the $375 million arena behind New York-New York on the Strip have signed two major global brands — Toshiba and Coca-Cola — as founding sponsorship partners for the venue that is scheduled to open in April 2016.
In addition, Toshiba’s agreement with the arena development partnership of MGM Resorts International and Anschutz ...