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    Posted December 15, 2013 by
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    eBrandOne Reaches Agreement and Plans 2014 Expansion


    After a year long dispute over ownership of client accounts, Steve Horowitz, former CEO of Corporate Logo, has reached a mutual settlement with Custom Logos Inc.

    The agreement, reached in San Diego County, allows both parties to move forward with their ongoing business without penalty.

    The dispute between the two parties was based on ownership and jurisdiction of accounts held throughout the United States.

    Steve Horowitz, now CEO and President of eBrandOne, says he's very pleased with the agreement.

    "This dispute has been very unsettling for a lot of my clients. While my clients have always been free to do business with me, this is now legal confirmation of that to set them at ease. I'm very happy that this chapter in our company's life is now closed and my clients can feel confident doing business with eBrandOne again." Horowitz said.

    eBrandOne is adding to its product line and integrating social media into the custom wear industry. The company plans to roll out a new package this spring with a brand new image and target for internet marketers.

    "I have witnessed tremendous growth in this niche and my team is working very hard to roll out a new look and a new format for the millions of customers who are truly just one click away. Our society is changing and business owners want an easier, hassle free way to buy and shop. I know we will deliver that in a way this niche has never seen before." Horowitz says.

    eBrandOne is based in La Jolla California and plans further expansion in 2014.

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