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ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) – A neon sign is getting international recognition for its design before the inside attraction even opens.

KMOV Staff | |

When the sun goes down and the moon rises on Delmar, a corridor of neon lights the loop. Like highlighters on black poster boards, they make their mark. But, there’s one that shines a bit brighter than the rest: The new Magic Mini Golf sign. The sign is the brainchild of Joe Edwards and his daughter Hope.

Joe told First Alert 4 that he loves neon and wanted to create a sign that made a big statement. The sign shows animated magician golfers hitting a hole-in-one every time. David Hutson, owner of Neon Time, built the sign. He said it is 600 feet of neon.


Magic Mini Golf

Magic Mini Golf

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