Logo police | Article about logo police by The Free Dictionary
logo policeThe individuals in an organization responsible for the proper use of the company logo (identifying symbol and company name) in print and online. They may also be involved with searching the Web to find unauthorized uses of the logo. See architecture police.
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' Logo Police
Division received a distress call that some robbers are operating along Amaafu road.
A crackdown by heavy-handed 'logo police
' on brands linked to the Olympics without official sponsorship has led to some canny companies coming up with innovative ways of bending the rules.
It's important that brand champions serve as brand ambassadors and not as "logo police
." Set your branding plans in motion but don't expect everything to fall into place overnight.