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The Fortune with the twirl works good for me. Maybe a font that is closer to the proportions to the twirl since this font is quite slim. The subline feels way too dominant. Does the font has to be that playful and has nearly the same weight as the company name? A bit of contrast between head and sub would be nice.
I agree with Hegden. The symbol is cool but the whole font work isn't.
These two types really don't match and the subtext is way too distracting to the eyes with its fanciness as opposed to the the super blend main font.
Do you even need the subtext, I wonder? I think this looks great without.