Quick Turnaround Logo Design With LogoBee

Filed as Reviews on December 17, 2010 1:58 am

You need a logo and you need it fast. Rather than hand a box of crayons to your baby cousin, you need an image that looks professional and conveys your target message. It should be polished, relevant, and oh yeah, you needed it like yesterday!

With several awards under their belt, the experienced gang at LogoBee can get a brand spankin’ new logo in your sweaty little hands in only two business days. That’s right – 48 hours! (must order “Express” package)

With over a decade of logo design experience, LogoBee stings you with a money-back guarantee and buzzes in with a lifetime logo design support. All designers work in the same hive, which means your job won’t get shipped off to be produced in another colony.

Enough bee puns!

LogoBee has created over 10,000 company logos. And they never want a client to approve a logo unless they are 100% satisfied with the work provided.

From blogs to big business, these guys have a font and a style for every venue. But what if you’ve already scribbled your dream logo on a napkin? Fear not! You can rely on the talented logo design team to turn your vision into a reality – or let them brainstorm ideas on their own. YOU decide!

Customer service is available via email, chat or toll-free number, ensuring that a professional is always available to help with your logo needs. The simple five-step graphic design process is outlined online – so there are no surprises.

If you are in the market for a new or revamped logo, why not have a friend help pay the bill? Thanks to the LogoBee affiliate program, you and your buddy can reap the rewards. Learn more.

Your brand deserves the best, and that includes a top-notch logo design that will help differentiate you from the competition. Don’t let some kid you found on eBay do the job. Hire a company that has the ability, experience, and customer satisfaction record that LogoBee does. Hire them and your logo will be as sweet as honey!

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