Simply design your new companylogo yourself! This free logo pack (yes, free, no trial) brings you 25 logo templates for Company Logos. They can easily be popped into the Company Logo Designer. Just install the logo pack. And there are new templates.
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Description: Why don't you design your new companylogo yourself? You can't? Wrong! You can! This free logo pack (yes, REALLY free) brings you 25 logo templates for faszinating new Company Logos. They can easily be processed by the program Company Logo Designer (which also offers a free demo version, so you can try out everything without problems). Simply install the logo pack. And there are 25 new templates to start with. Creating the logo yourself is definitly a simple thing: You only have to choose the image that's the best for your new website or company. The Company Logo Designer main program does everything else and designs new variations! Try it now!
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