Social media and Google optimization helped Mitch Byrne grow his Mundelein-based Northeast Cooling, which specializes in commercial refrigeration instillation and repair for Chicago-area small businesses.
Take an observant walk through a neighborhood described as “hip” (Brooklyn’s Williamsburg inevitably springs to mind), and you’ll find yourself in the midst of a typographic trend: the resurgence of old-fashioned logos.
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