MINERAL WELLS, Texas, March 1, 2016 – Cool City Avionics, manufacturer of automatic flight guidance and control systems for helicopters and airplanes, today introduced the company’s new corporate logo that reflects its successful and ongoing transition from a product design and development company to an innovative, high-quality manufacturer of state-of-the-art, FAA-certified autopilots and stability augmentation systems.
Having completed a 10-year program to develop and certify its initial family of 2- and 3-axis autopilots and 2- axis stability and control augmentation systems, and after developing a steadily-growing network of national and international dealers, now totaling 53, the company decided it needed a new logo to represent its move into manufacturing.
The new Cool City logo evokes the image of a modern, high quality, high technology company. The blue palette and modern fonts lend a strong, crisp, clean, forward-thinking look.
Cool City also has a new tagline – “Fly easier…safer!” – that reflects the company’s intention that its products be both helpful to the pilot and safety-focused.
The logo and tagline have changed to better represent what the company is today, but its value proposition remains the same – a combination of high technology, innovative engineering, high quality products and strong customer support that will develop long-lasting customer relationships.
About Cool City Avionics
Cool City Avionics, the marketing arm of Cool City Electronics, Inc., develops and manufactures modern, innovative automatic flight guidance and control systems for helicopters and airplanes. The company management team has more than 300 years of experience in the design, development and manufacture of flight control products, many of which still retain a majority market share after almost 30 years.
Complete information about the company and its products is available on the website: www.CoolCityAvionics.com.
For more information, please contact Wayne Sanderson at 940-327-8400 or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.