it was kind of sad to see him looming over a ratty souvenir store. A lot of his neon is out, too. He's a landmark, an icon of another era and he should be maintained as such
My father Zack Hale now 86, was hired in 1969 by the owners of The Pioneer Club Tommy Elardi and his mother Margaret. He was the host from 1969-1975. He stood on the main floor, which I remember as being super small, in front of a band and had a microphone talking to all the people walking by telling them... More
Fremont street experience and Vegas Vic, fun!!!!! Tons of stuff to see and do!!!!!! Be sure to visit all the gift shops and stop in all the casinos, and of course, the Fremont light show at night!!!!!!! If you go down to far past the El Cortez Hugh, gets a bit scary...stay clear of East Fremont.
Say "hello" to Vegas Vic when you visit Fremont Street- that's where he resides! He's been restored, so he still works tirelessly greeting visitors! Fremont Street really still does offer the old style Vegas neon experience- well worth experiencing! While you're there, consider dining options like Binion's Steak Ranch or Hugo's Cellar
i have been to las vegas several times and never got a chance to see vegas vic until last year when me and my then boyfriend eloped to vegas to get married and i finally got to see vegas vic! for me it somehow represents the old school mobster days of las vegas for some reason.. my husband couldnt believe... More
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