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« Reply #15 on: August 05, 2017, 09:41:42 AM »

My opinion, FWIW --

Perfect, just as designed...

A logo must be geared toward the seeker --

In this case, it clearly shows Penn, shows Parts, shows a wrench which means repair or replacement, and shows a gear which denotes mechanical parts.

A lot more can be inserted -- but then it becomes cluttered.

The white space is also useful with the red and black.

In an internet search, this will not matter for a logo -- and for folks looking for Penn parts, they already know it is for a reel.

For folks who have never worked on a reel -- it wouldn't make any difference anyway.

This would look great as a patch, or sticker -- could be used on hats, jackets, shirts, toolboxes, workbenches, boats, etc..

However Mo & Scott decide -- will be best.

Just my opinions..

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Fred
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« Reply #16 on: August 05, 2017, 11:34:25 AM »

My opinion, FWIW --

Perfect, just as designed...

A logo must be geared toward the seeker --

In this case, it clearly shows Penn, shows Parts, shows a wrench which means repair or replacement, and shows a gear which denotes mechanical parts.

A lot more can be inserted -- but then it becomes cluttered.

The white space is also useful with the red and black.

In an internet search, this will not matter for a logo -- and for folks looking for Penn parts, they already know it is for a reel.

For folks who have never worked on a reel -- it wouldn't make any difference anyway.

This would look great as a patch, or sticker -- could be used on hats, jackets, shirts, toolboxes, workbenches, boats, etc..

However Mo & Scott decide -- will be best.

Just my opinions..

Best,

Fred

EXACTLY what we were going for, Fred Smiley
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