An homage to the Ambassador Motel sign, located on Fremont between 9th and 10th Street. Now known for it's quirky sayings on the marquee, this sign once stood in front of the The Ambassador “Apartments” built in 1930. It closed sometime around the turn of the century, was demolished in 2007, but the sign remained and was restored in 2013. This pin measures just over 2" tall and references the "Life Is Beautiful" festival that now takes place in this empty lot every year. With two posts on the back for added security, and glitter enamel fill, makes a great gift for your festival buddy or a vintage sign enthusiast!
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Battle Born Pins is based in Las Vegas, Nevada, the "Battle Born" state! These pins are inspired by vintage neon signs and architecture. Many of these monuments are no longer with us, so these pins are a tiny reminder of the beautiful mid-century city Vegas once had. They hope that by spreading awareness of these iconic designs more people will be interested in preserving the signs and buildings that are still left.
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