Cyber Monday Sale

Did Thanksgiving leave you feeling baked, stuffed and uninspired? (Think about how the turkey feels!) Shop from the comfort of your own home with our exclusive, once-a-year-only 24-hour Cyber Monday sales event! Get an unprecedented 40% off on Marketing Suites and Logos for December 1st only, so take this fab opportunity to stock up on your new, haute vibe for 2015 now!

APPLY CODE: 'NEWBRAND' during checkout!
(Hurry: offer only valid on Marketing Suites & Logos until 11:59 PST on Monday, Dec. 1st.)

So put on your comfiest slippers: it’s time to jump on the brand wagon and stock up on your branding needs for the new year. 

This opportunity won’t come around for another year, so gobble up these deals!



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