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Prime Timers Worldwide Downloadable Logo

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Our new logo for Prime Timers Worldwide was originally created for us by a young member of our Pittsburgh chapter, David Stanton. David donated his artistry and work as his gift to the start of our twenty-first year as an organization. Our new logo was introduced at the Reno Convention on Saturday, October 13, 2007 and enhanced by Tom Hammond & Lawrence Peterson in 2012. 

 

Each of our chapters is free to use the design without permission. They are also free to edit the logo in order to use it with their chapter's name in place of 'World Wide'.  

 

You may download the entire logo file to work with it in Adobe Photoshop (Adobe Photoshop software is required; you can download a 30-day free trial of the software from www.adobe.com).  PNG files are also available in various sizes for those who simply wish to use the Worldwide logo as-in or make minor modifications using other graphic design programs.

 

Tom Hammond is willing to do graphics work and help in designing and maintaining websites for chapters (for a negotiated fee). You can view the work he does on this website.  Tom Hammond may be reached via e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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