SevenFifty Logo and Asset Guidelines
These are official SevenFifty logos that you can include on your webpage, in your mobile application, or in printed material. We recommend downloading the appropriate logo as per our suggested usage specifications.
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SevenFifty is one word with a capital S in Seven and capital F for Fifty.
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“As a wine buyer, SevenFifty is one of the best things that has happened to me in a long time. I’m constantly singing its praises. Thanks again! ”
“Having a structured system in place for buyers and salespeople to systematically navigate distributor portfolios to acquire product information is invaluable and ultimately leads to better wine sales. SevenFifty is a forward thinking concept with great people behind the idea – we can all stand back and watch as they singlehandedly improve the way we all do business.”
“At my restaurant, it isn’t just about creating a wine list or developing a cocktail program. It is about surprising and entertaining guests with new discoveries and interesting finds. SevenFifty makes this possible. I can easily sift through multiple portfolios and uncover new products to try that would have been previously unknown to me or almost impossible to find. I also encourage my beverage team to be active on the site for education purposes and to create training materials. SevenFifty helps our team maintain our high standards.”
“Before Sevenfifty came on board, it was the dark age. We would spend countless unproductive hours searching for a product or being held hostage by the limited knowledge of availability of a certain genre of wine or spirit. What a great tool! Our retail business is so much better now because of the knowledge this platform gives us at our fingertips...Bravo!”
“SevenFifty has made my life infinitely more efficient and it has made purchasing wine for the restaurants infinitely more agreeable. Thank you, SevenFifty, for freeing up hours of my life so that I can focus on running a beverage program instead of sorting through piles of outdated price books.”
Bar Director and Wine Buyer
Director of Beverage Operations