SILVER LAKE — The Sun Lake Drugs sign is gone but it will live and shine on in the Museum of Neon Art in Glendale.
Earlier this year, the co-owner of the building said that the lease requires Floyd’s to preserve the old sign but not keep it in the same location. “I don’t think the ‘drug’ sign will fit with Floyd‘s 99 logo,” said the co-owner in an email. “However, we wanted to be sure that the sign would not be demolished and would be carefully removed for us to store elsewhere.”
That elsewhere will be the Museum of Neon Art, said director Kim Koga said in an email. “We will be displaying a portion of it for the next exhibition that will open in July.”
We will keep you updated about that show when more details are available.
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