Lighting, Billboards & Sign Company in Las Vegas

In 1945 YESCO created Las Vegas’ first “spectacular neon sign.” The Boulder Club’s new, cantilevered vertical and marquee sign with thousands of incandescent bulbs and curtains of neon were unique. Casino owners at the Golden Nugget, Horseshoe, Fremont, Mint, Silver Slipper and Stardust raced to put up even bigger neon displays. “Vegas Vic” became a landmark tourist attraction along “Glitter Gulch.” During the “Golden Age of Neon” YESCO designers created a steady stream of displays at the Dunes, Sahara, Tropicana, El Morocco and Circus Circus. The company went on to install the Sahara’s 222 1/2 foot free-standing sign and one of the first computerized 4-color message centers at Caesar’s Palace in 1984. Team YESCO continues to implement the latest technologies. Some of the company’s innovative creations of today’s Las Vegas skyline include the  Cosmopolitan, the enormous LED screen at the Harmon Retail Corner, the  the endlessly programmable free-standing marquee sign at the Aria, the Palms, and of course, Allegiant Stadium.

Have you have seen our displays at T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip and Topgolf Las Vegas at the MGM Grand? We are proud of the “vintage and Google” look of the sign identifying the Huntridge Shopping Center on the southwest corner of Maryland and Charleston Boulevard. You can expect the same great results when you work with our team.

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