I started my business 9 years ago after leaving a job of 18 years with a envelope manufacturer where I sold printed envelopes and forms in large volumes to banks, credit unions and direct mail companies. The first 5 years on my own, as Solutions Printed, I continued to do the same, I was brokering printing and selling it to primarily the financial industry. However, in the last three-four years, I knew I had to diversify to survive so, I added in the service of forms management and on line company stores where I have become a full service provider for my clients. Now, I still sell them the printing and operational material, but I also sell them all their logo'd apparel and logo'd promotional items. (drinkware, journals, bags, golf balls, embroidered apparel and screen printed apparel, etc.) And....I also store it all for them out of our warehouse where we distribute it to all their branches. We design and create their very own online company store or forms management site, they order the items from me that they want on the site, we put them in our warehouse to store, distribute and ship to all their locations around the US. I tease people when they ask me what I do for a living and I tell them I'm a "baby amazon"! I'm passionate about my business and have very long lasting relationships....I need a log that is fresh and new, one that encompasses not only who we were but who we've become. I want to be known in the industry as the company who's excited to create new ideas to help promote our customers brands, a total source for printing, promotional and apparel. I love tag lines and have come up with a few of my own but would rather you guys start fresh....I don't want to sway you in any way with colors, etc. and want your designs to be without my input at first so I can see something completely different than what I have had in the past. I need to revamp everything, including my website...It's so not what I want anymore as it doesn't explain all I do but only focus on the promo side, but I am starting here...with the logo and business card first, then I'll move to the website later.