Easy Car Cash Logo
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**important: As stated in that extra info, “Tampa bay” should the secondary in this logo. So far all designs are not following instructions. *Update: We would also be open to see a design where no emblem is used and instead the words "Car Cash" were manipulated to somehow resemble their actual forms. We offer individuals more money for their car then dealerships. We target people interested in selling their vehicles for cash. Our niche' is that we offer MORE then the dealerships and always beat their price.
One of our concepts for a logo was some type of emblem/symbol that would represent Cash for a car. "Tampa Bay" within the logo could be secondary. “Car Cash” needs to be first most legible. “Tampa bay” could and likely will be in a small font size in the final chosen design
US$299 Bronze package
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