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  • The Big Orange gets ready for New Year's Eve in Miami

    The Big Orange marks its 32nd year rising to the top of the InterContinental Hotel in downtown Miami to ring in the New Year at the stroke of midnight as the crew from Mr Neon, the company that designed and installs the iconic symbol is brought in on Thursday, December 28, 2017..

The Big Orange gets ready for New Year's Eve in Miami

The Big Orange marks its 32nd year rising to the top of the InterContinental Hotel in downtown Miami to ring in the New Year at the stroke of midnight as the crew from Mr Neon, the company that designed and installs the iconic symbol is brought in on Thursday, December 28, 2017..
C.M. Guerrero Miami Herald