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  • BT Graphics

    • Arts, Culture & Entertainment Sector
    • Education/Educational Sector
    100 Mound St.
    Lebanon, OH 45036
    (513) 282-2652

    About Us

    Every Business Has a Personality. It’s the Logo’s Responsibility to Deliver It!
    If you’re looking for a solid logo that meets your needs and targets your core audience, look no further.
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    • About

      Every Business Has a Personality. It’s the Logo’s Responsibility to Deliver It!
      If you’re looking for a solid logo that meets your needs and targets your core audience, look no further.
      From corporate, government, non-profits, and retail stores, BT Graphics delivers it all.

      Bio on Beth Gully / BT Graphics:
      Beth Gully, founder and designer of BT Graphics in 1990, has grown her portfolio through logo designs that are sprinkled throughout the Hamilton, Butler and Warren County landscapes. A few of her logos you may recognize include the West Chester Twp logo, OKI logo, Voice of America logo, Short Vine logo and RockQuest logo. She specializes in the creation of corporate logos/branding and all relevant marketing platforms in order to carry the brand consistently to the target audience.
      Her design expertise, blended with a sensitivity to each client’s needs, makes this woman-owned design boutique a highly sought after creative studio in Lebanon. Edgy yet conservative . . . simple yet captivating. Their clean, crisp design solutions make businesses memorable and unique.
      Gully has garnered the respect of fellow designers, peers, and clients with her teamwork approach to client projects and volunteer work. She believes her success in design stems from her passion for the thought process. She has an innate ability to ask the right questions to ensure solid design results based on project objectives.
      Her recent notoriety surfaced when she completed her first children’s book, “The Other Side of Christmas”, An Upside-Down Book.
      The book is filled with ambigrams (upside-down pictures) to reveal not just the traditional activities of the holiday, but, upside down, the ‘ending becomes the beginning’ and the same images transform into the

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