SkyVue Denies Mascot Found Dead at Construction Site

Just weeks after introducing a new mascot, Tiny the Tumbleweed, representatives of the SkyVue observation wheel are now denying reports the mascot had been found dead at its Las Vegas construction site.

The Tiny the Tumbleweed mascot was intended to bolster SkyVue’s public image. The project has suffered financial setbacks, with many saying the SkyVue observation wheel will never be built.

SkyVue's mascot has been very popular in social media, especially on Tumblr.

Tiny has rocketed to popularity in social media, especially on Tumblr.

During a recent visit to the SkyVue construction site, we captured this exclusive photo of what some are claiming is the dead body of Tiny the Tumbleweed.

Inactivity at the SkyVue site has made seeing the tumbleweed much easier.

Inactivity at the SkyVue site has made viewing the tumbleweed much easier.

When asked about the tumbleweed in our photograph, a SkyVue official stated, “I assure you, our loveable mascot is not dead. It’s not possible. First, tumbleweeds are, by their nature, already dead.”

The official added, “Besides, Tiny the Tumbleweed is an invention, a figment of our imagination, much like our investors.”

Upon closer inspection, the tumbleweed at the SkyVue site bears little resemblance to the Tiny the Tumbleweed character, but rumors persist.

Upon closer inspection, the tumbleweed at the SkyVue site bears little resemblance to the Tiny the Tumbleweed character, but rumors persist.

Other inquiries about SkyVue’s mascot were met with silence. Much like the ongoing silence at the SkyVue construction site itself.

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