Gap’s traditional white-text-on-blue-square logo may not be as iconic as the McDonald’s arches or, say, the Nike swoosh. But in 2010, when Gap tried to discretely change its insignia, customers revealed just how much they loved the retailer’s look. In October, Gap introduced a new logo without warning — the new one placed the word “Gap” on its own with a smaller blue box above and to the right. Immediately, miffed shoppers took to Facebook and Twitter to rip the logo change, flooding Gap’s official social network page with thousands of negative comments. For its part, Gap, which is more than 40 years old, responded well to the critique, and reversed the logo change within a week.
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- 73 %Just one. Credit cards should only be used for emergency situations.
- As many as you can. Credit cards are a great way to make purchases and get great rewards.
- None. You should never buy anything on credit.