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    I'm doing some design for a company called Midwest Speed____s (trying to keep the co. on the down low for now). Anyway, I really like the idea of having the word Midwest done on an angle w/ Ballpark Script from Letterhead Fonts - http://letterheadfonts.com/fonts/ballparkscript.shtml - (which I've bought previously to this project). I just can't seem to find a complimenting script for the Speed____s part. That would of course be smaller in size and sort of underneath the ballpark type. Any suggs? [edit - so far Algerian seems to work best... i dont want to use 2 different script type fonts, but not sure what else to use]
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