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Asked: Where are your favorite neon signs around the Scenic City?

Help us track down some of the funkiest neon signs you’ve seen around town.

"Wake Up Sleepyhead" white neon sign on a wood paneled wall.

Tell us what local neon signs you want to take home.

The Scenic City isn’t just deemed that for its landscape — it seems like wherever you look, there can be a certain artistry found in all corners of the city — from paintings to the carefully curated aesthetics of our local businesses.

Now, we’re honing in on a very specific way that folks can show their identity — through the use of neon signs. Think of this as a spin on our mural roundups because we want to know, where are your favorite neon signs around town?

We’re talking business markers on buildings, on the inside of our local bars and restaurants, etc. Editor Haley personally wishes Sleepyhead Coffee’s “Wake Up Sleepyhead” or Attack of the Tatsu’s “Drink Sake Stay Soba” neon signs could be on her walls at home.

Now, it’s time to give us a sign to be featured in a future newsletter.

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