Veraci Pizza started in 2004 at Farmers Market as a side business for Marshall Jett. Today Veraci has two locations in Seattle and a third in Spokane. “Team Veraci” is not only known for their wood fired pizza, but also their commitment to quality and hospitality.

Veraci Pizza’s interior window signs are measured at 2’10” squared. The fire and logs were made from digital prints with the wood oven made of opaque terra cotta and white vinyl. There is altogether 37 linear ft of 10mm citrus orange, lite green, ruby red, clear gold, and 6500 white exposed neon. The “flame” is a crackle tube, which means there is clear beads inside the tube to help the neon gas jump around and stay animated. These window signs are also unique in their capabilities to switch between “open” and “closed” using a custom toggle switch.
Veraci Pizza started in 2004 at Farmers Market as a side business for Marshall Jett. Today Veraci has two locations in Seattle and a third in Spokane. “Team Veraci” is not only known for their wood fired pizza, but also their commitment to quality and hospitality.

Veraci Pizza’s interior window signs are measured at 2’10” squared. The fire and logs were made from digital prints with the wood oven made of opaque terra cotta and white vinyl. There is altogether 37 linear ft of 10mm citrus orange, lite green, ruby red, clear gold, and 6500 white exposed neon. The “flame” is a crackle tube, which means there is clear beads inside the tube to help the neon gas jump around and stay animated. These window signs are also unique in their capabilities to switch between “open” and “closed” using a custom toggle switch.
Veraci Pizza started in 2004 at Farmers Market as a side business for Marshall Jett. Today Veraci Pizza has two locations in Seattle and a third in Spokane. “Team Veraci” is not only known for their wood fired pizza, but also their commitment to quality and hospitality.

Veraci Pizza’s interior window signs are measured at 2’10” squared. The fire and logs were made from digital prints with the wood oven made of opaque terra cotta and white vinyl. There is altogether 37 linear ft of 10mm citrus orange, lite green, ruby red, clear gold, and 6500 white exposed neon. The “flame” is a crackle tube, which means there is clear beads inside the tube to help the neon gas jump around and stay animated. These window signs are also unique in their capabilities to switch between “open” and “closed” using a custom toggle switch.

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