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Joker's Wild Casino Neon Survey document, August 20, 2017


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Information about the Joker's Wild Casino sign that sits at 920 N Boulder Hwy.
Site address: 920 N Boulder Hwy
Sign owner: Boyd Gaming
Sign details: Opened 1990 as Cattle Baron Casino, closed and reopened at Joker's Wild 1993.
Sign condition: 5 - well maintained sign
Sign form: Super Pylon, and on top of building.
Sign-specific description: Neon Jester's hat on top of the Pylon sign, with a casino sign below and a reader board below that. Large neon Jester's hat on top of the Building. "Jokers Wild Casino" wrapping part of the building also in neon.
Sign - type of display: Neon
Sign - media: Steel
Sign - non-neon treatments: Reader board and LED
Sign animation: Chase with light bulbs around outside of the cabinet that houses the property name.
Sign environment: On Boulder Highway in Henderson surrounded by empty lots and small residential areas.
Sign - date of installation: c. 1993
Sign - thematic influences: The property uses the joker playing card theme. This time is used with several other casino properties throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
Survey - research locations: Boyd Gaming website, assessor's website
Surveyor: Wyatt Currie-Diamond
Survey - date completed: 2017-08-20
Sign keywords: Pylon; Neon; Steel; Chasing; Reader board; Video screen; Porte-cochère

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neo000218. Southern Nevada Neon Survey Records, 2002-2018. PH-00401. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.


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