Lott’s Wet Science Center came to Western Neon with an idea of two neon window signs depicting their logo. We used all classic colored glass in beautiful shades of orange, lime green, cobalt blue, flamingo pink and turquoise, as well as white. LOTT’s WET (Water Education and Technology) Science Center exhibit gallery and classroom opened in 2010 to provide the community with a fun, hands-on opportunity for learning all about water – one of our most precious resources. Together, citizens and LOTT can conserve our water resources, support reclaimed water use, and take actions that will help protect Puget Sound.
Lott’s Wet Science Center came to Western Neon with an idea of two neon window signs depicting their logo. We used all classic colored glass in beautiful shades of orange, lime green, cobalt blue, flamingo pink and turquoise, as well as white. LOTT’s WET (Water Education and Technology) Science Center exhibit gallery and classroom opened in 2010 to provide the community with a fun, hands-on opportunity for learning all about water – one of our most precious resources. Together, citizens and LOTT can conserve our water resources, support reclaimed water use, and take actions that will help protect Puget Sound.
Lott’s Wet Science Center came to Western Neon with an idea of two neon window signs depicting their logo. We used all classic colored glass in beautiful shades of orange, lime green, cobalt blue, flamingo pink and turquoise, as well as white. LOTT’s WET (Water Education and Technology) Science Center exhibit gallery and classroom opened in 2010 to provide the community with a fun, hands-on opportunity for learning all about water – one of our most precious resources. Together, citizens and LOTT can conserve our water resources, support reclaimed water use, and take actions that will help protect Puget Sound.
Lott’s Wet Science Center came to Western Neon with an idea of two neon window signs depicting their logo. We used all classic colored glass in beautiful shades of orange, lime green, cobalt blue, flamingo pink and turquoise, as well as white. LOTT’s WET (Water Education and Technology) Science Center exhibit gallery and classroom opened in 2010 to provide the community with a fun, hands-on opportunity for learning all about water – one of our most precious resources. Together, citizens and LOTT can conserve our water resources, support reclaimed water use, and take actions that will help protect Puget Sound.
Lott’s Wet Science Center came to Western Neon with an idea of two neon window signs depicting their logo. We used all classic colored glass in beautiful shades of orange, lime green, cobalt blue, flamingo pink and turquoise, as well as white. LOTT’s WET (Water Education and Technology) Science Center exhibit gallery and classroom opened in 2010 to provide the community with a fun, hands-on opportunity for learning all about water – one of our most precious resources. Together, citizens and LOTT can conserve our water resources, support reclaimed water use, and take actions that will help protect Puget Sound.

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