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  1. #1
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    new chrysler logo

    Hi all - I am doing a sign for our Dodge dealership and they want the new Chrysler logo (see sample) - I can not find a decent logo anywhere - the dealership can't either - anyone know a source?

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    Regardless of what the dealer told you, the dealer has access to all approved logos with specs. If he can't supply it then you shouldn't mess with it.
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    I think the logo must just be too new and Corp. Chrysler has not been able to get it out there to their dealers yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhilldesigns View Post

    Yes I have that logo - that is their old one - the dealership wants the new one

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    Call their corporate office. Explain what you are doing and tell them the dealer doesnt have the logo. They will either send you the file or send it to the dealer to get it to you. I had to do that for Ford a couple years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhilldesigns View Post


    OOPS sorry missed that - resolution still too low

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    How could the resolution be too low if it's in vector??

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    yeah its vector

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    All the major car companies have corporate sites with media/advertising areas with their latest logos in high quality print resolution and usually native files as well. the individual dealerships each have their own access code or password. Sometimes the dealers don't even know about the media/advertising images available because their logos are so readily available elsewhere.

    The newest logo WILL be there even if the dealer has not been sent the new logo file.

    It's always best to use the file provided by corporate, even if you can find the logo on your own. As his advertiser you should be allowed access to the site. If not, he should go to the site himself a get the file for you. But i always find it's better to get it myself, saves the back and forth of them sending you JPG's when you wanted a native file. They're usually pretty clueless about what to send you, it's outta their job description.
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