OMAHA, Neb. -- An iconic business is closing after nearly 50 years in Central Omaha.
Last week, the owners of "Wolf Brothers Western Store" agreed to sell the building.
Investors plan to renovate the 10,000 square-foot space for a new user. Now that the deal is done, they're cleaning house.
A clearance sale begins monday and will last through the summer.
One item that won't be for sale will be the iconic neon cowboy sign. There are plans to work with the city to restore and keep it.
Wolf brothers still operates another 4,000 square-foot store.
In the 1920s, the Wolf Brothers opened their first location in downtown Omaha.