HO/N Who's Hobby House Animated Billboard
Who's Hobby House, located in downtown Rapid City, is well known for its iconic neon sign! The sign was created in 1951, and is now on the National Registry of Historic Signs. Who's Hobby House was founded in 1950 by William H. Osterburg. His initials explain the origin of the hobby shop's name. In 1957, Mr. Clancy Kingsbury's grandparents acquired the shop, beginning the Kingsbury legacy. In 1978, Clancy's dad bought it. In 1991, Clancy gained control. Clancy Kingsbury is now the third generation owner of this family owned and operated business.
Size 1.75" wide x 2.2" tall
Miller Engineering’s animated billboards are our newest addition to our line of animated neon signs. These new signs incorporate many new design features such as improved connectors, no painting required, longer life, and stiffer laminations. All animated neon billboard signs have the same great benefits of all Light Works neon signs: ready-to-run, paper-thin, produce no heat, and have realism second-to-none. Try one today and you'll be Thrilled! All signs come with a 3 AAA battery pack. Signs draw 95 ma.
Miller Engineering's Billboards are easy to mount on your structure. Simply cut a small .75" wide slot in the roof of your building, insert the sign. Use a small amount of hot melt glue or 5 minute epoxy on the topside of the roof, at each end of the sign, plug in the connector and you're done. It's that simple!