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Trying to make a new banner for this person's website. Trying to match their existing font.
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This white/black outline effect is sometimes called “contour”. Using that term in a search will find other families with members that have a similar effect. 

Your particular example is difficult to ID because it’s a sans serif, only 3 capital letters (if you could show more it could aid identification), and probably altered by the logo designer. It’s likely that the outline effect was applied by the designer and not part of the font itself. You could achieve a similar look by applying stroke effects to Trade Gothic Extended or Titling Gothic.

The type around the circle is a distortion of Copperplate Gothic.

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