Talk about turning junk into treasure, well this is the place. The things this shop does is really a tribute to the staff. These folks work all day and allow visitors, and seem to be content with tourist coming in and out all day, along with the filming of the show. Example, met and had picture with Ron Dale. He had just accepted a machine from a customer, and had put it in the junk lot. While he was wishing the customer farewell, visitors, including myself asked for pictures with him, he was more than glad to do it and made an effort to make us feel welcome. You sure don't get a lot of this in Las Vegas, period, and other attractions don't make you feel quit as welcome except one other, Counts Kustoms. Brettley was outside in the parking lot with his dog Ally, working obliviously with all the visitors on the lot, and was very friendly. Ally is a great pet, and allowed folks to pet her, all the while staying within eye sight of Brettley. The shop tour is great, and you will see items from the show here too, along with souveniors that can be purchased in the show room. All in all, probably one of the great places and people to visit when in Las Vegas, Very refreshing.
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