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How johnrutz1 started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Twin Cities PDR
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is the process of removing dings and dents from painted metal without repainting or filling the surface. We repair vehicles by gaining access to the backside of panels, then using specialized steel rods, we use leverage to massage the dent out. High surfaces are tapped down with a polished metal hammer. It's most common with hail damage and door dings but can be used in other areas such as minor collisions or restorations. A majority of the vehicles we work on are high-line. Our target audience is every vehicle owner who values its appearance or any or any other businesses that may need to subcontract PDR services.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
Gray, Blue, Black, Green, White (open to most colors as I'll be printing on different backgrounds)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I am looking to re-brand my existing company in the Twin Cities, Minnesota. I'm relatively open to colors but I want a logo that is easy to print, embroider, and see. One thought I have was to incorporate the skyline of the Twin Cities. I'm on the fence about including Paintless Dent Repair somewhere so people aren't confused about PDR but I think it might get too cluttered. Looking forward to seeing everyone's input.