I don't know, if you hate your local embroidery shop you can bring them #15 or #20... The thing with these contest sites is they want you to believe you're hiring a pro. You're not. You're hiring the receptionist who likes playing with clip art on slow mornings, or the kid with a cracked copy of Photoshop who couldn't give you a print ready vector file if you told him there was a weekend with Kate Upton in it for him when he was done. There are certain basics that a good graphic designer thinks about, like will it look good in black and white or grayscale? How will it look the size of a nickel on a business card? How will it look on the side of an enclosed trailer? I'm not seeing that level of thought. Plus my designer gave me a full package of logos in a variety of raster and vector files and different file sizes and a branding standard to go by. Is that included? And listen to Tony re: lost time building the brand. I think it took me four years and three different designers to finally settle on a logo and company identity standard but I was still marketing the whole time.