About Reeses Thins Font
Reeses Thins font is a script typeface designed by Michael Hagemann and released in 2001 by FontMesa.
The Reese’s Cupcake is a classic American treat made of chocolate and peanut butter. It’s a popular and delicious dessert enjoyed around the world.
What font was used in the Reese’s logo?
Reeses Thins font is based on the Reese’s Cupcakes logo. It features the Wild Ride font family and can be used for both personal and commercial purposes.
You can use the font for your brand logo, traditional banners, etc.
|Font Family Name||Wild Ride (Used for the Reese’s Thins logo)|
|Classification||Script and Various Font|
|Units Per Em||2040|
|Version String||Fontographer 4.1 1/18/01|
|Copyright||(C) 2001 Michael Hagemann|
|License||Free for commercial use|
|Language Support||Basic Latin, Latin 1, and more.|
About the Company
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups are a popular American candy made from a chocolate cup filled with peanut butter. They were created by H. B. Reese, a former Hershey employee. The company now sells Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, which make up over $2 billion in annual sales and are the top-selling candy brand.
Wild Ride font has two sub-family:
- Wild Ride Regular
- Wild Ride Back Fill
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