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Temple of Bloom: Implementation


Mac the Knife

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As some of you may recall, I'm in the process of opening a new retail flower and gift shop here in Raleigh, and thanks to Firefly "Temple of Bloom" will be opening on August 1st (hopefully) with a vibrant logo which we're utilizing as part of our marketing/branding strategy.

I'll soon be posting some pictures of the logo in use (our storefront, business cards, etc.), but the first piece that the public will see is a rather large advertisement I committed to several months ago in "Empower," a little newsletter being put together by the local chapter of ME3.org, a cool local volunteer organization. I threw it together in about an hour using MS Word 2007, and while admittedly I have my limitations, I think it turned out okay...

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What'dyall think?

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If I lived in Raleigh, I'd be giving you business, instead of my usual routine of giving you the business. The design is very nice; the logo is sharp, the wordmark complements it well, and the color selection is solid. The sign on the building facade is quite bland, but I would guess that's because of restrictions placed by the strip mall, so that all tenants' signs have a similar look to them. I wish you all the best on this, especially since you have the stones to be starting up a new retail business in a downturn, and because it's patently obvious to anyone here that the profits from this enterprise will promptly be funneled into the start of a new, sustainable, professional spring football league.

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If I lived in Raleigh, I'd be giving you business, instead of my usual routine of giving you the business. The design is very nice; the logo is sharp, the wordmark complements it well, and the color selection is solid. The sign on the building facade is quite bland, but I would guess that's because of restrictions placed by the strip mall, so that all tenants' signs have a similar look to them. I wish you all the best on this, especially since you have the stones to be starting up a new retail business in a downturn, and because it's patently obvious to anyone here that the profits from this enterprise will promptly be funneled into the start of a new, sustainable, professional spring football league.

Once we get our FTD/Teleflora affiliations firmly in place, there's no reason you can't order from us - we'll be able through those affiliations to go virtually anywhere in the U.S., and a good bit of Canada as well.

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