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Thanks gang... I have to say that these were my favorite logos to create so far! *Shannon was SO easy to work with.
Let me say this to those of you who may be looking for a logo in the near future... No matter WHO you choose to create your logo for you, make sure you are clear with them about what you want. If you have ANY ideas, specific colors, etc, let the designer know.
Shannon came in telling me that he was into medieval stuff and based his company name from Excalibur. He said he liked the idea of crossed blades (either swords or mower blades). I would like to think that it could be as easy with everyone as it was with Shannon... all it takes is clear communication. Don't be afraid to tell your designer "I just don't like that... can you do it this way?" ...but also remember to listen to your designer... if you want a highly detailed design, it may not show up well on small prints... or it may not look good on a shirt... Keep an open mind. It is a process.
I like that he was able to keep a steady theme with it all. If he likes medieval swords, why not name business with a similar theme and then in your about us section on your website, take about your interest!
If you collect swords, then get a picture of that and create a press release about how your interest in sword collection led you to creating this mowing business.
Maybe host a medieval sword month at your local library to show off your collection and get attention for your business.
The marketing tie ins can go on and on. It's very fascinating!
Quote[/b] (Team Gopher @ Jan. 20 2008,6:54)]Sure! Shannon, do you have any pics of your sword collections? Or how did you get interested in that?
Hey guys thanks so much for the banner its great but I have just ran into a problem. I was just informed that I must change my name a little to be able to register it. I searched myself earlier and I thought it was fine but when my attorney went to incorporate my business he advised me to do a little name changing just to stay safe. So could you please change my banner to read Pro Turf WorX Inc. (618) 267-1480.
Now I've got to see about getting my logo revised a little.
Maybe this name being a little more simple will work to my advantage anyway.