Las Vegas “locals” who recently visited the renovated Terrible’s Casino, not far from the Las Vegas Strip, have been raving about the improvements made by the Affinity Gaming company that took over the property from the Herbst family in 2009.
Not only has the property been refurbished, say the operators, but they also are giving the property a new name. It will be called the Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino.
When the new name is affixed to the property, the Terrible’s iconic “Cowboy” sign will be removed and donated to the Neon Museum to add to Las Vegas’ gambling history.
Ray Poirier is the longtime executive editor at GamingToday.
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