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3/6/2019

Stronger than you think

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2/28/2019

No Copy + Paste Function for Culture

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8/12/2018

Summer Interns Q&A

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5/31/2015

The Go Giver Part 1 - "The Law of Value"

If you haven't read the book "The Go-Giver... A little story about a powerful business idea" by Bob Burg and John Mann I encourage you to do so very soon.  It meets five criteria for a successful read in my world where I tend to read halfway thru about six books at any one time and then start six more while those six are being read... You get the picture. 

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by Shea Pope

1/15/2013

"Kathy's Rule"

We have rules and policies in order to run our business. How to take a sales order, a process to pick, pack, and ship orders. We have rules on warranty issues, pricing, and production timelines when taking “out of stock” orders. They are all essential to run our every day business yet there are very few that are black and white. Most of these we would deem as gray. Here is a great example. One of our rules is we need our sales reps to submit orders via our Logo order form through our customer service email address. However, if one of my reps calls me on a Tuesday afternoon with a rush order, that was written on a napkin, from a lunch meeting, in which the order needs to be there Friday and the rep wont be home till the end of the week, you better believe we are entering that order the day we receive it over the phone to ensure it is there by Friday. It helps our rep, our sales number, and most importantly our customer. See... They are gray rules. 

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by Kris Talley

1/12/2013

Sales People

Several weeks ago I spent almost two days with a group of men and women that simply amaze me. They are a breed of people who have been around since production of products began and stores needed merchandise. Most of their life is in a car. They are in and out of cities, towns, and your local shopping centers. This group gets a bad rap from everyone. Manufactures think they don't work hard enough for their money (a positive way of stating that they are lazy), many retail stores often fail to give them credit when they do a good job and then blame them for most of the mistakes made. They collectively get this wrap from the small portion within them that actually don't work and look for the next gravy train from the retailers/manufactures. 

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by Kris Talley

11/22/2012

Compliment

Compliments sometimes come at the most random of times from the most unexpected places. Recently I was on the phone with a customer. Truth be told the customer is upset with Logo Chair. We have made some mistakes in our business partnership over the last two years. We have owned them and in my humble opinion made right on the errors. The reason for this current phone call was to schedule a meeting face to face so I could recap our business partnership and hopefully learn all the things that Logo could do better in the future either for this current customer or for any customer in the future. During this call the buyer said the following in reference to my father who use to work for Logo, “Rik Talley is one of the best human beings I know. Aside for the fact that he was good with people, he genuinely cared about the customer and what we thought about the company.” Honestly, while typing this I am smiling. The customer is right. I have grown up watching this man be everything I want to be on this side of heaven. He is caring, nurturing, loving, warm hearted, funny, smart, quick witted, and great with people because above all else he is the definition of Character. His yes is his yes. His no is a no. He is honest even when the truth hurts and is hard to communicate.

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by Kris Talley

10/7/2012

Do We Compete?

Because I'm in sales, I get asked all types of questions in many different ways.  Lately, there is one question that keeps coming up: “Are you guys competitive?” They are asking if Logo competes with other companies and against our goals the way other companies do? I guess because of our companies proclamation of the Gospel, which is where all our hope is found, there is a misunderstanding of what that means when it comes to business.

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  • February 28, 2019

    No Copy + Paste Function for Culture

    When you walk into our door and enter the warehouse, you are hit in the face with our logo – it stands at 26 feet tall and reaches from floor to ceiling. It was added in 2016 when we rebranded from Logo Chair to Logo Brands.

  • August 13, 2018

    Summer Interns Q&A

    Over the years, the internship opportunities at Logo have continued to grow as we grow. We're able to offer more areas of interest to students. Our primary goal is always to give the students real-world training that they wouldn't get in a classroom. We treat them just as any other member of our team as they work right alongside us. We currently have several staff members who started off as interns with us. We were happy to have several outstanding interns over this past summer. Let's take a minute to meet them...