YESCO Helping Bring Raiders into Las Vegas Era

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — When Jeff Young strolls through the Neon Museum, it's like walking through a giant family scrapbook.

"We don't seem to remember the buildings as beautiful as they are but we tend to remember the signs," he said.

The signs -- enormous and impossibly bright -- have become synonymous with Las Vegas. And in many ways, it was Young's grandfather Thomas Young who put the light into the City of Lights and the neon into the Neon Capital of the World.

"I think about the countless, tireless hours that my grandfather put in traveling here from Utah in the day and all those man-hours it took to build these signs and take care of them all of these years," he said.

It's been 100 years to be exact since Young's grandfather Thomas started Thomas Young Signs in the small Utah town of Ogden. In 1931, gambling was legalized in Las Vegas. A year later, Thomas Young arrived, right on time...

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