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Iconic neon rabbit sign in Steamboat Springs, CO.

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This beloved neon rabbit sign has been beckoning tourists to Steamboat Springs, CO since the early ’50s. The sign was declared a local historic landmark in the early ’80s.

In 2017, ruffians caused about $2,000 in damage to the sign by climbing onto it and pelting the sign with snowballs, per The Steamboat Pilot & Today. The sign has since recovered from its wounds.

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The sign has been around since the early ’50s.

Grant Freking is Signs of the Times' Managing Editor. Contact him at [email protected].

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