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Reno Grand Sierra Resort Update

A couple of weeks ago I posted about the Grand Sierra Resort Hotel here in Reno and their super small signage. I was surprised by the overwhelming response and comments which that post generated, many of them passionate arguments both for and against the signage. A number also noted how many times that building has changed hands of late and predicted a similar fate for the Grand Sierra.

I took the liberty of emailing the people in charge at the Grand Sierra, to make sure they were aware of the community’s thoughts and opinions. Just a short simple email with a link to the post. I received almost an immediate response back:

Thanks very much. We are monitoring this and working on a solution.

Michael Carsch
Grand Sierra Resort and Casino

So that’s good to know. It would be interesting to see what, if anything, comes of all this.

Stoney G deGeyter

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2 Responses to Reno Grand Sierra Resort Update

  1. That is a very interesting response. It came from the President. They are treating it like a problem (used the word solution). And he doesn’t offer up any explanation. My curiosity is peaked.

  2. Mike Carlson says:

    Yes the logo is OK but it is too small. The enhanced picture makes sense. Wonder how many hundreds of thousands of dollars it cost them for the 4 small logos. Even if the agree they should be bigger it sure was a lot of wasted dollars.