Terrible’s Hotel & Casino Begins Transition to New Name with Removal of Iconic Terrible’s Cowboy Sign

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Workers from Federal Heath Sign Company begin removing the iconic Terrible’s Cowboy neon sign as the property begins the transition to its new name, Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino
Today, Terrible’s Hotel & Casino began uninstalling its iconic Terrible’s Cowboy neon sign in preparation for the property’s transition to a new name with the launch of Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino in July 2013 (Photo credit: Eugene Steward)

Workers from Federal Heath Sign Company begin removing the iconic Terrible’s Cowboy neon sign as the property begins the transition to its new name, Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino
Workers from Federal Heath Sign Company begin removing the iconic Terrible’s Cowboy neon sign as the property begins the transition to its new name, Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino

Photo credit: Eugene Steward.

After an extensive renovation that included more than $5 million in enhancements throughout the property, Affinity Gaming will complete the renovation project by transitioning Terrible’s Hotel & Casino into a new era with the Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino name and exterior signage to showcase the refreshed property. Affinity Gaming will begin install of the new signage for Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino in late June.

Workers from Federal Heath Sign Company begin removing the iconic Terrible’s Cowboy neon sign as the property begins the transition to its new name, Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino
Workers from Federal Heath Sign Company begin removing the iconic Terrible’s Cowboy neon sign as the property begins the transition to its new name, Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino

Photo credit: Affinity Gaming.

The recent property enhancements include new furniture and bathroom fixtures in all hotel rooms, a fully renovated William Hill sports book, a new casino bar, the addition of a new hospitality suite and a new players club/welcome center combination.

The Terrible’s Cowboy signage will be donated to the Neon Museum to showcase as a piece of Las Vegas history.