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Old 01-05-2014, 06:49 PM
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i have 2 logos floating around i made this one when i first started and will not change it till i go go an LLC then I will be Flynn
landscape contractors. my shirt guy messed up and made a new logo that said Flynn's Landscaping with a shamrock for the apostrophe. I could care less my name means nothing till im an LLC
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Old 01-06-2014, 03:50 PM
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That's mine,I thought about changing it,i have had this logo for a while.
Do you guys know what kinda of software you design stuff this with?

I picked up summit soft logo design pro for less than $40....for an inexperienced guy like myself it was pretty easy. I play around with it then take it to my graphics guy for print
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Old 01-19-2014, 06:33 PM
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Old 01-19-2014, 09:01 PM
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That's mine,I thought about changing it,i have had this logo for a while.
Do you guys know what kinda of software you design stuff this with?
Alright guy, I have to give you some humerus grief. I see little guys all the time using words to make themselves sounds like a big company. You have not only the "& Associates" thing going on but also the also the "Grounds Care Division" to put it really over the top.

But when I look up your name in a Google search nothing at all shows up. To pile it on with your name that thick and not even have a website which is business 101 seems kind of odd. It's pretty hard to not exist on Google but you have that feat mastered.

There's really no need in business to try to appear on a logo be something your not. Keep it real because clients can see right through a over the top name and it can make you look kind of foolish. I'm not trying to flame you but merely give you some sound advice. Your not the only person guilty of trying to create the persona though name or logo of being something your not.

I think your tree may be clip art from a Dr. Seuss book as well.
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Old 01-20-2014, 06:00 PM
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Alright guy, I have to give you some humerus grief. I see little guys all the time using words to make themselves sounds like a big company. You have not only the "& Associates" thing going on but also the also the "Grounds Care Division" to put it really over the top.

But when I look up your name in a Google search nothing at all shows up. To pile it on with your name that thick and not even have a website which is business 101 seems kind of odd. It's pretty hard to not exist on Google but you have that feat mastered.

There's really no need in business to try to appear on a logo be something your not. Keep it real because clients can see right through a over the top name and it can make you look kind of foolish. I'm not trying to flame you but merely give you some sound advice. Your not the only person guilty of trying to create the persona though name or logo of being something your not.

I think your tree may be clip art from a Dr. Seuss book as well.
Its sad how people try to be like brickman or groundsguys or us lawns its impossible in this day in age to be over the top like that.
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Old 01-20-2014, 07:00 PM
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Alright guy, I have to give you some humerus grief. I see little guys all the time using words to make themselves sounds like a big company. You have not only the "& Associates" thing going on but also the also the "Grounds Care Division" to put it really over the top.

But when I look up your name in a Google search nothing at all shows up. To pile it on with your name that thick and not even have a website which is business 101 seems kind of odd. It's pretty hard to not exist on Google but you have that feat mastered.

There's really no need in business to try to appear on a logo be something your not. Keep it real because clients can see right through a over the top name and it can make you look kind of foolish. I'm not trying to flame you but merely give you some sound advice. Your not the only person guilty of trying to create the persona though name or logo of being something your not.

I think your tree may be clip art from a Dr. Seuss book as well.
LOL I do the work of 10 homeowners, so "we" at agape appreciate letting "us" add you to "our" growing list of customers. If you need an estimate for additional services "we" will send" one of our associates" to serve you.
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Old 02-05-2014, 11:03 AM
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Here is my new logo.


On whiffy's suggestion I got Adobe Illustrator to make my door hanger. Very powerful program. Once I got the hang of it I made this just for the fun of it.

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Old 02-06-2014, 10:06 AM
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after alot of changing between logos, heres our new one. I have it in any color aswell.
I've seen a few of the logos you've tried and I like this with the flower/sun design the best. Very professional and elegant in its simplicity. Much better than the ugly tree. Looks good!

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Love the truck! I just got rid of my 01 2500 that was just like that. Seeing your picture kind of makes me miss that truck. Fellow NY'er here.

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here is a pic of my logo... Hand painted on a kenworth t800..
That's beautiful! Love the old fashioned hand painted look on big trucks.

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LOL I do the work of 10 homeowners, so "we" at agape appreciate letting "us" add you to "our" growing list of customers. If you need an estimate for additional services "we" will send" one of our associates" to serve you.
Ha! Yea, that's how I feel. Might be something I should see a psychiatrist about though
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Old 02-06-2014, 03:46 PM
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I'm just starting this year and wanted to do something a little different from the normal logos I see around town. I felt like doing something original and also something that goes with the tattoo culture would look better on me since I have sleeves. I'm sure people will find it crazy...but...
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