80s Harold's Club Casino Reno Nevada Ringer t-shirt Large

Chest 21 in.

Length 28 in.

Content: Feels like cotton blend

Tag Brand: No Tag

This vintage ringer t-shirt is a souvenir from Harold's Club, a casino which used to be open in downtown Reno, Nevada. The casino was opened in 1935 by brothers Harold S. Smith and Raymond A. Smith while their father Raymond "Pappy" Smith was appointed general manager and became the public face of the establishment. Pappy Smith devised a marketing campaign, which made the casino famous. He erected a number of advertisements for Harold's Clubs saying "Harold's Club or Bust" on the side of Conestoga wagons. The casino was eventually closed in 1995, and the 70 by 35 foot old west themed mural which it housed was put on display at the Reno Livestock Events Center.

Fits like a modern unisex adult large


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