Get Your Logo

Get Your Logo

Get Your Logo
Item# logo
$40.00
Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
This item is currently out of stock!
OUR LOGO PRINTING PROCESS:
STEP 1- Email: LOGOS@berazorsharp.com. Tell us what you would like: aprons, capes, etc....

STEP 2- We will photoshop your logo onto the items of your choice and send you a proof. Please allow 24-48 hours to hear back from us.

STEP 3- Once you review your proofs, write us back and let us know if you are ready to order or make changes.

STEP 4- When design is finalized, we will send you an invoice via email. There is a yellow PAY NOW button. Just click and pay!

STEP 5- Allow 2-3 weeks for items to arrive!
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36 MONTH WARRANTY ON CONSTRUCTION. LIFETIME WARRANTY ON PRINTING.









From Nike's "swoosh" symbol to Starbucks' twin-tailed mermaid or siren, the world's largest companies take great care of their logos. For most people the logos of such firms immediately connect our minds to the business in question, without the need to see its name. Think of the golden arches of a popular fast-food chain, or the apple with a bite taken out of it representing a certain computer company. This type of instant recognition is the holy grail for a business. Logos are a critical aspect of business marketing. As the company's major graphical representation, a logo anchors a company's brand and becomes the single most visible manifestation of the company within the target market. For this reason, a well-designed logo is an essential part of any company's overall marketing strategy. Good logos should be unique and comprehensible to potential customers. Although there are myriad choices for color, visual elements and typography, in general a logo should help convey some information about the company, or be designed in a way that gives some sense of meaning about the company or its industry. For example, cutting-edge firms and tech companies tend to have angular logos to convey speed, while service-oriented firms have rounded logos to provide a sense of service and trust.

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