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Bold, San serif, beautifully rounded "e", thanks.
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As a logo, this mark was most likely custom drawn, not straight from a font. If you want this look, one way to get close is with Universal Sans, which lets you choose several shapes, such as the roundness of shapes like the ‘e’, and terminal angles, like those ‘t’s.

answered by Champ (4.1k points)

Galano Grotesque Bold is similar, and may have been the starting point.

Thank you, Stewf
Thanks,kthomps5 that's a good alternative to cutomize.