Great job, We had a total of 92 designs submitted. many were really good. Bramschedesign followed our requests and made changes as we provided feedback. I am very happy with the results.
Budzy was amazing to work with. He was always willing to listen and make changes when requested. I would highly recommend him to anyone looking for a designer to help capture the vision of their business. Thanks brother!
Very easy to work with and accommodated all my annoying edits.
How Bryanc2012 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Kernel's Barbecue
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a barbecue company who targets a mobile audiance. We started serving on the road side - under tents with a smoker hooked to a van. Now we are building a catering kitchen and will be expanding with food trucks to go to events as well as selling generally from the truck. We are great food on the move. Our niche is that we take great fundamental smoked barbeque and then compliment it with our own homemade sauces which are inspired from regional BBQ from around our country. For instance we have Missouri Apple, Columbia SC Mustard, NC Vinager, Kansas City Red, Texas Red and what we call the All American.
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You may wonder why we spell it "Kernel's". I am the Kernel, origianally we sold popcorn on the roadside - Catoctin Popcorn Company is our ongoing sister ship. "The Kernel" is my title at the Popcorn Company, a pun on a popcorn kernel. When we decided last year to start BBQ concessions as well it seemed natural to call it The Kernel's Barbecue. You can check out the Popcorn Company at CatoctinPopcorn.com or on Facebook at Catoctin Popcorn Company.... You can also see The Kernel's BBQ on facebook and on the web at Kernelsbbq.com