Whether you are a bar owner or just someone looking to add some decoration to a living room, a Coors Light neon sign can advertise beer on tap or you preferred drink after a long day. Like all neon signs, a Coors Light sign will require a decent amount of power in order to run constantly, so ensure that the power source does not have any other constraints or lights attached to it. These signs are especially popular for roadside bars that may only have a fraction of a second to attract a customer’s attention. As red is the first color perceived by the human eye, many have a bright neon red frame or lettering to get results.
All neon signs require at least a thousand volts of power in order to make the gas within the tubes move at such a high rate that it appears to be vibrant. The “flickering” of neon lights comes from intermittent power or an unsteady supply, so make sure that there are no problems providing electricity in order to prevent the sign from malfunctioning. Neon lights are easy to assemble and can be bent in nearly any direction while pre made Coors Light signs usually have their own design, others can be twisted into the shape of the bar or owner’s name.
As bars tend to experience their highest sales rates during football season, it is very common to see Coors Light neon signs in windows with NFL or NCAA football logos and iconography. Indeed, Coors is a partner of professional football, allowing them to sell their signs with all thirty two NFL team logos. These can be collector’s items for some — defunct teams are understandably worth much more — and still look great even when they are not powered up. Many neon signs come in package deals with vinyl banners bearing a team’s schedule to be placed in a bar.
A basic neon sign is fairly expensive, usually around two hundred to two thousand dollars. Signs with promotional merchandising, logos, or trademarked slogans besides the Coors name will cost more than simple formats. While the cost is high, neon signs have a higher lifetime than conventional light bulbs and can go years or even decades at full power without having to be replaced. When they do fail, however, they cannot be replaced, as the gas inside has lost the energy necessary to light up.