Change is Still Good

Change is Still Good

I know it’s been awhile, but I’ve been very busy.  It’s been over a year since we relocated to Arizona and we don’t regret the decision.  The expansion of services has been more successful than I could have dreamed and had me travelling around the US, as well as Europe, and Japan over the last year.  So successful in fact, that we’re now spinning off our Themed Entertainment & Event Services into a brand new sister company, QCO Entertainment Consulting.

While there are many overlaps in themed entertainment and media production, having two companies that focus on their core stengths makes better business sense from a legal, liability, and insurance standpoint.  Not Afraid! will continue to provide the media production services we’re known for, while QCO Entertainment Consulting provides themed entertainment services and coordination. Both companies are still run by me (Paul Cuoco), and I will be directly involved in every project.

This entity split actually happened a few months ago, but we’ve only recently finished de-tangling the services and projects here on the website.   So notafraid.com has been updated again, with a refreshed home page, about us, and services page.   References to our themed entertainment projects of the past have been removed, but live on at QCOEntertainment.com.

I invite you to check out our sister company and website and look forward to helping you tell your story no matter the medium.




Filmmaker. Themed Entertainment Designer.

There are 2 comments on this post
  1. Drew MacDonald
    August 31, 2017, 9:26 am

    This seems like a good idea, going with the distinct entities. Best of luck.

    But I’m not a fan the “flake” or whatever it is underneath the top of the “C” in the logo. I can see what you’re going for in the overall graphic content, but that bit seems a step too far. Looks messy. My two cents!

    • August 31, 2017, 9:38 am

      Thanks, Drew. This version of the logo was “distressed” I have clean versions as well depending on the use. Just thought it could use some texture.

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