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Does your child have a plan for the future?

Are they passionate about their life?

Here... they will build skills based on their talents and choose the right career.

Quality education is for everyone.

In today’s tech world, anyone with the right mindset can be successful.

Mentorship platform
for young people

Your child will develop an entrepreneurial mindset and build a set of skills to pursue their ideal future.

Preparing your
child for the future

Whether they plan to go to college, dive into the workforce or start their own business, they will be on the right path to live a successful, meaningful and fulfilling life.

Mentorship platform for young people

Your child will develop an entrepreneurial mindset and build a set of skills to pursue their ideal future.

Preparing your child
for the future

Whether they plan to go to college, dive into the workforce or start their own business, they will be on the right path to live a successful, meaningful and fulfilling life.

Your child will be inspired by the
Dream System™

1. Identifying Passions

We define a passion as an interest that we develop an expertise in. This step focuses on discovering interests, developing them, and building momentum.

2. Training Mindsets

3 Mindsets to develop. Growth Mindset, Gratitude, and Intellectual Curiosity. Your child will believe they can achieve what they put their mind to, be grateful throughout the journey, and grow a love for learning.

3. Understanding Purpose

What’s the point of it all? In order to understand purpose and develop a sense of meaning, your child will learn to put their focus on others rather than themselves.

4. Strengthening Creativity

Inspired by the creative problem solving process of Design Thinking from Stanford’s Design School. Your child will learn how to and get comfortable with solving hard problems.

5. Economics & Innovation

How to apply your unique talents, gifts, and passions to the economy. Understanding why people buy things and the different ways you can provide value to make money.

6. Building Character

Your child will learn how to have grit & perseverance. They will be able to set goals. They will be able to manage their time and energy to make the most of their day.

1. Identifying Passions

We define a passion as an interest that we develop an expertise in. This step focuses on discovering interests, developing them, and building momentum.

2. Training Mindsets

3 Mindsets to develop. Growth Mindset, Gratitude, and Intellectual Curiosity. Your child will believe they can achieve what they put their mind to, be grateful throughout the journey, and grow a love for learning.

3. Understanding Purpose

What’s the point of it all? In order to understand purpose and develop a sense of meaning, your child will learn to put their focus on others rather than themselves.

4. Strengthening Creativity

Inspired by the creative problem solving process of Design Thinking from Stanford’s Design School. Your child will learn how to and get comfortable with solving hard problems.

5. Economics & Innovation

How to apply your unique talents, gifts, and passions to the economy. Understanding why people buy things and the different ways you can provide value to make money.

6. Building Character

Your child will learn how to have grit & perseverance. They will be able to set goals. They will be able to manage their time and energy to make the most of their day.

Develop their passions

Understand purpose

Make lifelong friends

Build valuable skills

3 pathway options

Pathway

Entrepreneur

For the ones who dream of starting or growing their own business. For the courageous who want to make an impact at scale.

Pathway

Artist

This path is for those who think outside the box. For artists, animators, and designers to apply their unique skills.

Pathway

Engineer

This path awaits those who love to build things and take them apart. For the ones who love solving complex problems.

Pathway

Entrepreneur

For the ones who dream of starting or growing their own business. For the courageous who want to make an impact at scale.

Pathway

Artist

This path is for those who think outside the box. For drawers, painters, animators, and designers to apply their unique skills.

Pathway

Software Engineer

This path awaits those who love to build things and take them apart. For the ones who love solving complex problems.

Introducing the
LogoLife Network.

LogoLife
Mentorship
experience

Launchpad Session
Identify your passions
A 2-Day immersive workshop where they learn the Dream System™.
Launchpad Session
Growth Sessions
Live with purpose
Your child will apply The Dream System™ to their life to achieve what they put their minds to.
Growth Sessions
Apprenticeship Sessions
Build new skills
There are 3 paths your child can build expertise in: Entrepreneurship, Design, Engineering
Apprenticeship Sessions

YOUR JOURNEY AT LOGOLIFE

The roadmap

1. Identify your passion

We will guide your child to find what they love, and how to build a life around it.

2. Choose your path

Your child will discover how to live with meaning and make a positive impact doing what they love.

3. Build new skills

Build expertise in any of the 3 paths: Entrepreneur, Artist, or Software Engineer

Thousands of teens
across the world.

We’ve seen the impact that clarity can have in teens lives, especially when they’re unclear. We bring clarity to your teen’s future.

Many of the 3000+ of teens have flourished academically and entrepreneurially. Students have moved forward to joining national honors societies, co-directing documentaries, building online clothing brands, and even starting nonprofits.

Thousands of teens across the world.

We’ve seen the impact that clarity can have in teens lives, especially when they’re unclear. We bring clarity to your teen’s future.

Many of the 3000+ of teens have flourished academically and entrepreneurially. Students have moved forward to joining national honors societies, co-directing documentaries, building online clothing brands, and even starting nonprofits.

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The
Entrepreneur Path

Bring your business idea to life.

A 4-step process you
can use to launch
your ideas.

In order to launch a successful business idea, we must solve a problem.

A 4-step process you can use to
launch your ideas.

The Curriculum

Discovering
Business

Identifying
Opportunities

Creating
Solutions

Launching
Ideas

Step 1

Discovering Business

We must understand the industry we’re interested in so we can actually identify a problem to solve

We must understand the industry we’re
interested in so we can actually identify a problem to solve.

Choose an industry

The first step is to choose an industry that you would like to build your business in.

For example: Restaurant/Food, Music, Entertainment, Medical, Sports, etc

Analyze the industry

In order to identify a problem within an industry we have to understand the ins & outs first.

We need to research the past, the present, and the future of our chosen industries.

Create problem statement

With the research that we have, we will create a hypothesis of our problem statement.

What is the problem?
Who has the problem?
Why is it a problem?

Choose an industry

The first step is to choose an industry that you would like to build your business in.

For example: Restaurant/Food, Music, Entertainment, Medical, Sports, etc

Analyze the industry

In order to identify a problem within an industry we have to understand the ins & outs first.

We need to research the past, the present, and the future of our chosen industries.

Create problem statement

With the research that we have, we will create a hypothesis of our problem statement.

What is the problem?
Who has the problem?
Why is it a problem?

Step 2

Identifying Opportunities

We need to validate our problem statements in order to know we're making a real impact.

We need to validate our problem statements
in order to know we're making a real impact.

Why this is important

We need to know the problem that we're creating a solution for is real. We need to be unbiased moving forward.

We don't want to create a solution for a problem that doesn't exist.

Find evidence for hypothesis

How do we validate? How do we know this is a real problem?

Find:

Scholarly articles (supporting hypothesis)

Scholarly articles
(countering hypothesis)

Identify target audience

Identify who your end-user is.

Who are we creating this for?

1. Reaching out to our target audience
2. Have a set of questions to validate the problem

Why this is important

We need to know the problem that we're creating a solution for is real. We need to be unbiased moving forward.

We don't want to create a solution for a problem that doesn't exist.

Find evidence for hypothesis

How do we validate? How do we know this is a real problem?

Find:

Scholarly articles (supporting hypothesis)

Scholarly articles
(countering hypothesis)

Identify your target audience

Identify who your
end-user is.

Who are we creating this for?

1. Reaching out to our target audience
2. Have a set of questions to validate the problem

Step 3

Creating Solutions

We need to validate our problem statements in order to know we're making a real impact.

We need to validate our problem statements
in order to know we're making a real impact.

Brainstorm ideas

We will have processes to guide us on how to brainstorm real solutions to the problems we've found. Collaboration is key here. We get to brainstorm for our own ideas, but also get help from our classmates.

Group sessions Brain dumping (individual) Brain writing (individual + group)

Create the prototype

Prototypes are built so that designers can think about their solutions in a different way.

Tim Brown, CEO of the international design and innovation firm IDEO, said it best:

“They slow us down to speed us up. By taking the time to prototype our ideas, we avoid costly mistakes such as becoming too complex too early and sticking with a weak idea for too long.” – Tim Brown

Ask your target audience

After creating the MVP (minimal viable product)

You should reach back out to your audience to get feedback about what they think about your solution & how helpful it is for their problem

Brainstorm ideas

We will have processes to guide us on how to brainstorm real solutions to the problems we've found. Collaboration is key here. We get to brainstorm for our own ideas, but also get help from our classmates.

Group sessions Brain dumping (individual) Brain writing (individual + group)

Create the prototype

Prototypes are built so that designers can think about their solutions in a different way.

Tim Brown, CEO of the international design and innovation firm IDEO, said it best:

“They slow us down to speed us up. By taking the time to prototype our ideas, we avoid costly mistakes such as becoming too complex too early and sticking with a weak idea for too long.” – Tim Brown

Ask your target audience

After creating the MVP (minimal viable product)

you should reach back out to your audience to get feedback about what they think about your solution & how helpful it is for their problem

Step 4

Launching Ideas

To bring your solution to the market, what is between you and your first sale?

To bring your solution to the market,
what is between you and your first sale?

Basics of pricing

We will need to understand the principles & basics of pricing to help you price your solution.

How big is your market

Understanding our market size with:

Total Addressable Market Segmented Addressable Market Target Market

Marketing to the end user

Understanding what marketing is and how to do it with your business idea.

Basics of pricing

We will need to understand the principles & basics of pricing to help you price your solution.

How big is your market

Understanding our market size with:

Total Addressable Market Segmented Addressable Market Target Market

Marketing to end user

Understanding what marketing is and how to do it with your business idea.

Product Designer Curriculum

For young people ages 13+, 14-22 recommended

What is a product designer?

Introduction

The look and feel of all of your favorite applications whether on the phone, computer, or web are all designed by product designers. Think Netflix, Google, Facebook, Amazon, the screens in your car, and much much more. There are product teams that build, maintain, and improve these apps. 

Product designers are one of the main team members of these product teams. The other two main members are usually Product Managers and Software Engineers. 

How much they make

The average salary of an entry level product designer is around $80,000/year and after a couple years of experience can go up to an average of $120,000/year. 

The goal of this curriculum is to help your child start early to get ahead of the curve.

Students will design
5 applications

a Mobile app

A fully functional design that is clickable and can preview on the phone. 

A fully functional design that is clickable and can preview on the phone. 

A Web app

Students have the choice in the types of app they want to build (i.e. social media, web3, ecommerce, etc…)

Students have the choice in the types of app they want to build (i.e. social media, web3, ecommerce, etc…)

a Website

Students will build a website that can convert customers whether the goal is selling a product, getting app downloads, getting people to sign up for an event, etc…

Students will build a website that can convert customers whether the goal is selling a product, getting app downloads, getting people to sign up for an event, etc…

a 3D Animation

Students will design 3D objects for the Metaverse and games. They will also create a 3D animation with a story.

Students will design 3D objects for the Metaverse and games. They will also create a 3D animation with a story.

Portfolio Site

Putting all the portfolio projects together onto a site that recruiters can view easily when applying to opportunities.

Putting all the portfolio projects together onto a site that recruiters can view easily when applying to opportunities.

How it works

Designed to with the goal of helping teens land that paid opportunity.

Product Design Process

Teens learn how product designers identify problems in the real world, turn that into an idea, and product then a full fledged app. 

Professional Portfolio

Employers will always look at a candidates portfolio before their resume to see whether the candidate has the capabilities to do the job.

Interviewing & Applying

Helping students prepare for the series of interviews that candidates go through after the initial conversation usually with a recruiter.

Product Design Process

Teens learn how product designers identify problems in the real world, turn that into an idea, and product then a full fledged app. 

Professional Portfolio

Employers will always look at a candidates portfolio before their resume to see whether the candidate has the capabilities to do the job.

Interviewing & Applying

Helping students prepare for the series of interviews that candidates go through after the initial conversation usually with a recruiter.

The journey

SEMESTER 1

Becoming a Mobile App Designer

  • Introduction to UI/UX
  • Design Foundations
  • Design Thinking
  • Importance of solving real problems
  • User Research
    • Speaking with users
    • Validating problems
    • Validating solutions
  • Basics of Figma
    • Wireframing
    • Low Fidelity Design
    • Hi Fidelity Design
  • Basic Prototyping

SEMESTER 2

Becoming a Web App Designer

  • Principles of Typography
    • When to use a specific font type
  • Psychology and Design
  • Data Tracking Tools
    • Pendo
    • Surveys
      • NPS, CES
  • Designing Complex User Interfaces
  • Design Systems: Building them and using existing systems
  • Advanced Prototyping/Interaction Design

SEMESTER 3

Becoming a Digital Marketer

  • Designing landing pages that convert customers
    • Selling products
    • Membership signups
    • App downloads
  • How to outline a website
    • User Flow
    • What pages to have
  • Optimizing web design for mobile view, desktop view, and tablet view
  • Marketing Foundations
    • 5 Core Human Drives to purchase
    • Selling the future state
    • How to communicate concisely
    • How to tell a story
  • Website data tools
    • Google Analytics
    • Hotjar

SEMESTER 4

Become a 3D/Virtual FX Animator

  • 3D Design in Blender
  • Designing Metaverse Objects
  • Designing 3D elements and objects in games
  • Designing for 3D print
    • Examples: Medical devices for amputees
  • Animating in 3D
    • Making cartoons

SEMESTER 5

Building your portfolio

  • How to use Elementor website builder
  • Hosting your own website portfolio on Amazon Web Services
  • Getting your own website domain name (yourname.com)
  • Telling your professional design story with your major portfolio deliverables
  • How to tell your own story and stand out amongst competition
  • Building a portfolio that catches recruiters and hiring managers’ attention

SEMESTER 6

Landing your opportunity

  • Resume building
  • LinkedIn building
  • Dribbble portfolio completed
  • Interview preparation
  • Cover letter preparation
  • Applying 
  • Guidance after interviews
  • Getting the offer

SEMESTER 1

Becoming a Mobile App Designer

  • Introduction to UI/UX
  • Design Foundations
  • Design Thinking
  • Importance of solving real problems
  • User Research
    • Speaking with users
    • Validating problems
    • Validating solutions
  • Basics of Figma
    • Wireframing
    • Low Fidelity Design
    • Hi Fidelity Design
  • Basic Prototyping

SEMESTER 2

Becoming a Web App Designer

  • Principles of Typography
    • When to use a specific font type
  • Psychology and Design
  • Data Tracking Tools
    • Pendo
    • Surveys
      • NPS, CES
  • Designing Complex User Interfaces
  • Design Systems: Building them and using existing systems
  • Advanced Prototyping/Interaction Design

SEMESTER 3

Becoming a Digital Marketer

  • Designing landing pages that convert customers
    • Selling products
    • Membership signups
    • App downloads
  • How to outline a website
    • User Flow
    • What pages to have
  • Optimizing web design for mobile view, desktop view, and tablet view
  • Marketing Foundations
    • 5 Core Human Drives to purchase
    • Selling the future state
    • How to communicate concisely
    • How to tell a story
  • Website data tools
    • Google Analytics
    • Hotjar

SEMESTER 4

Become a 3D/Virtual FX Animator

  • 3D Design in Blender
  • Designing Metaverse Objects
  • Designing 3D elements and objects in games
  • Designing for 3D print
    • Examples: Medical devices for amputees
  • Animating in 3D
    • Making cartoons

SEMESTER 5

Building your portfolio

  • How to use Elementor website builder
  • Hosting your own website portfolio on Amazon Web Services
  • Getting your own website domain name (yourname.com)
  • Telling your professional design story with your major portfolio deliverables
  • How to tell your own story and stand out amongst competition
  • Building a portfolio that catches recruiters and hiring managers’ attention

SEMESTER 6

Landing your opportunity

  • Resume building
  • LinkedIn building
  • Dribbble portfolio complete
  • Interview preparation
  • Cover letter preparation
  • Applying
  • Guidance after interviews
  • Getting the offer

Software Engineer Curriculum

For young people ages 13+, 14-22 recommended

What is a software engineer?

Introduction

All of the applications that you enjoy using at home and at work are coded into existence by software engineers. They play a large role in making it possible for us to interact with all applications, from websites you visit to the apps that are downloaded to your phone, even to the software that makes the phone work in the first place. Basically, they are pretty important when it comes to anything that has a digital interface (which includes your computers, the screens in your cars, smart tv’s and more).

Software Engineers are one of the main team members of these product teams. The other two main members are usually Product Managers and Product Designers. 

How much they make

The average salary of an entry level software engineer is around $80,000/year and after a couple years of experience can go up to an average of $130,000/year. 

The goal of this curriculum is to help your child start early to get ahead of the curve.

Students will develop
5 applications

a Roblox Game

A fully functional Roblox game that is will be live on Roblox servers for others to play.

A fully functional Roblox game that is will be live on Roblox servers for others to play.

a Web Application

Students have the choice in the types of app they want to build (i.e. social media, web3, ecommerce, game, etc…)

Students have the choice in the types of app they want to build (i.e. social media, web3, ecommerce, game, etc…)

a Discord Bot

Students will build a bot application that can be used in Discord.

Students will build a bot application that can be used in Discord.

a Website

Students will build a fully functional website.

Students will build a fully functional website.

an Artificial Intelligence/
Machine Learning Application

Students will build an application using AI/Machine Learning.

Students will build an application using AI/Machine Learning.

How it works

Designed to with the goal of helping teens land that paid opportunity.

Computational Thinking

Teens learn how to think like software engineers, solve problems within their software applications, and communicate their code to team members. 

Professional Portfolio

Employers will always look at a candidates portfolio before their resume to see whether the candidate has the capabilities to do the job.

Interviewing & Applying

Helping students prepare for the series of interviews that candidates go through after the initial conversation usually with a recruiter.

Computational Thinking

Teens learn how to think like software engineers, solve problems within their software applications, and communicate their code to team members. 

Professional Portfolio

Employers will always look at a candidates portfolio before their resume to see whether the candidate has the capabilities to do the job.

Interviewing & Applying

Helping students prepare for the series of interviews that candidates go through after the initial conversation usually with a recruiter.

10 main phases of
the curriculum

Professional Development
1
Build a game in Roblox
2
Fully functional website
3
Fully functional mobile app
4
Build an app of choice
5
Building a portfolio
6
Data & Algorithms Certificate
7
Portfolio is built
8
Interview Ready
9
Land a paid opportunity
10

The journey

SEMESTER 1

Game Development:
Introduction

  • Learn coding through 24 activities in Roblox Studio
    • Programming Language: Luau
  • Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
    • Leverage AI to help game developers
    • Through coding game characters
  • Metaverse Technologies
    • Metaverse platforms
    • Marketing on the metaverse

SEMESTER 2

Application Developer:
Python Essentials

  • Learn Python coding through 24 sessions
  • Introduction to API’s 
  • Python – Discord Bot Project 
  • Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Introduction to databases and json
    • SQL / SQLite
  • Putty and SSH
    • Hosting Python programs through VPS (Virtual Private Servers)
  • How to host application on the cloud and update them through Github
  • Introduction to web frameworks with Flask

SEMESTER 3

Future Tech CEO:
Technology Entrepreneur

  • Learn Django coding through 24 sessions
  • MongoDB – Database Management
  • HTML, CSS, Javascript, JSON 
  • Host web page on the cloud
  • Github implementation
  • DDoS protection
  • Cybersecurity

SEMESTER 4

Data Scientist:
AI & Machine Learning

  • Taught through Python
  • Use AI for image recognition
  • Chatbot
  • Machine Learning models
  • Stock Price Predictions
  • Recommendation Systems

SEMESTER 5

Landing your opportunity

  • Resume building
  • LinkedIn building
  • GitHub portfolio completed
  • Interview preparation
  • Cover letter preparation
  • Applying 
  • Guidance after interviews
  • Getting the offer

SEMESTER 4

Data Scientist:
AI & Machine Learning

  • Taught through Python
  • Use AI for image recognition
  • Chatbot
  • Machine Learning models
  • Stock Price Predictions
  • Recommendation Systems

PHASE 1

Professional Development

  • Create a LinkedIn
  • Software engineer career opportunities & growth tracks
  • Importance of solving real problems

PHASE 2

Build a game in Roblox

  • Introduction to computer science
  • Foundational principles
  • Game development

PHASE 3

Fully functional website

  • Creating a website optimized for desktop view, tablet view, and mobile view
  • Website will be accessible live

PHASE 4

Fully functional mobile app

  • Develop a mobile app for the Android play store
  • Testing your app on your phone
  • Mobile app certificate

PHASE 5

Fully functional web app

  • Learn how to take payments in an application
  • Web app proficiency certificate
  • Typescript/Javascript certificate

PHASE 6

Build an app of your choice

  • Build a Mobile app,  a Web app, or a Website
  • MERN stack certificate
  • Communicating code certificate

PHASE 7

Data & Algorithms Certificate

  • Necessary understanding of this will enable students to write more optimized and efficient computer programs and software applications

PHASE 8

Portfolio is Built

  • Putting together professional portfolio at  (yourchild’sname.com)
  • Portfolio will communicate to employers the 3 large apps student built during the program

PHASE 9

Interview Ready

  • Resume is polished
  • LinkedIn is polished
  • Portfolio is ready & GitHub portfolio is ready too
  • Digital tools used in corporations
  • Ready to answer interview questions
  • Soft skills certificate

PHASE 10

Land a paid opportunity

  • Applying
  • Guidance before and after interviews
  • Getting the offer

PHASE 8

Portfolio is Built

  • Putting together professional portfolio at  (yourchild’sname.com)
  • Portfolio will communicate to employers the 3 large apps student built during the program

PHASE 6

Interview Ready

  • Resume is polished
  • LinkedIn is polished
  • Portfolio is ready & GitHub portfolio is ready too
  • Digital tools used in corporations
  • Ready to answer interview questions
  • Soft skills certificate

SEMESTER 1

Game Development: Intro

  • Learn coding through 24 activities in Roblox Studio
    • Programming Language: Luau
  • Introduction to Artifical Intelligence
    • Leverage AI to help game developers through coding game characters
  • Metaverse Technologies
    • Metaverse platforms
    • Marketing on the metaverse

SEMESTER 2

Application Developer:
Python Essentials

  • Learn Python coding through 24 sessions
  • Introduction to API’s 
  • Python – Discord Bot Project 
  • Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Introduction to databases and json
    • SQL / SQLite
  • Putty and SSH
    • Hosting Python programs through VPS (Virtual Private Servers)
  • How to host application on the cloud and update them through Github
  • Introduction to web frameworks with Flask

SEMESTER 3

Future Tech CEO:
Technology Entrepreneur

  • Learn Django coding through 24 sessions
  • MongoDB – Database Management
  • HTML, CSS, Javascript, JSON 
  • Host web page on the cloud
  • Github implementation
  • DDoS protection
  • Cybersecurity

SEMESTER 4

Data Scientist: AI & Machine Learning

  • Taught through Python
  • Use AI for image recognition
  • Chatbot
  • Machine Learning models
  • Stock Price Predictions
  • Recommendation Systems

SEMESTER 5

Landing Your Opportunity

  • Resume building
  • LinkedIn building
  • GitHub portfolio completed
  • Interview preparation
  • Cover letter preparation
  • Applying 
  • Guidance after interviews
  • Getting the offer

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My son (newly 15) did the 6-week program and I thought it was very good for him. First of all, it gave him something to do this summer (no typical job due to COVID), and second, I think it made him think about things other than math, which is his favorite subject and thing to do! I also appreciated the one on one mentoring sessions in addition to the weekly group session.

I also liked that he had homework to do between sessions. I thought that he received a lot of attention from the LogoLife founders and instructors and that the info given to him to develop was detailed and effective, and tailored to his passions.

A productive and comprehensive teen entrepreneurship program.

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The Logolife program is a truly inspiring and innovative way to teach today's teens the skills they will need to adjust in this changing world. As a single parent, my biggest concern has been to prepare my kiddos for the future, but what the future holds is anybody's guess.

When I found Logolife, I was so excited because it teaches kids to adapt to changes and to create their own path forward. I am especially impressed that they encourage kids not to be afraid of failure, but to accept that trial and error is a meaningful part of the process and that being gritty and tenacious can be even more important than having natural talent or ability.

While they learn to capitalize on their strengths, they are also encouraged to grow through their weaknesses and to use what they have to bring value into the world around them. All of us know that what our schools aren't able to prepare our kids for the future or to make them successful in life.

Education alone isn't the answer; the answer is the right education. I am so proud to encourage every parent to investigate Logolife as an option for their children.

If you start by attending the parent meeting I think you'll find that every point of their program is something today's teens need to not only hear, but embrace. It also helps that everyone associated with the program is completely professional, helpful, gracious and enthusiastic.

My daughter and I have had nothing but a positive and uplifting experience with Logolife. I give them my very highest recommendation!

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