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TekBotic Brand Update

TekBotic is undergoing some changes.... our Logo silly! Through the last four years, we have been trying to figure out who we truly are (just like the typical humanoid).

This is an update for our incredible supporters! We think we've really come into our own in the last year. We've made many changes that we proudly stand behind.

For instance, we've adjusted our products, our policies, and our core values to more closely align with our goals for the future! 

It is said that in the process of moving forward, one must reflect on the past in order to grow successfully. With that said, here is a look at the evolution of TekBotic's Logos through the years to what it is today:

 

The first logo was inspired by Matt G. the CEO & Founder's first version of TekBotic which rescued abandoned robots such as Roomba's and repaired them so they could be relocated to new homes who would love and use them. 

 

The second logo was issued by the steadily improving TekBotic which then shifted from robots to gaming. With this shift, Matt G. started designing TekBotic's own version of Xbox controllers and other gaming equipment. 

 

The third logo signified another shift in TekBotic's goals and focuses. This shift propelled TekBotic from gaming into its next direction of providing solutions to the half "solutions" (aka problems created by the so-called solutions) provided by the big companies out there. 

 

Finally, TekBotic has moved into it's most focused and beneficial phase for our supporters! With the development of this final logo, we announce that TekBotic has come to a peak of improvement and innovation. With this logo, TekBotic will be disrupting the Electronic Accessories and Home Office market in order to provide the best possible experience and upgraded/specially designed products for our supporters.

 

The small team of 4 behind TekBotic would like to extend a huge "thank you" to all of our supporters for their opinions, suggestions, and help in elevating TekBotic to what it is today. We promise to continue learning, improving, and developing true solutions for you! 

 

 

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Courtney Duskin


TekBotic Head Shotcaller

Courtney is an avid bookworm, cat lady, and Tahoe adventurer. Acting COO and student at UNR with no shortage of Harry Potter references.


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