As first guessed, all the text is there, but it is on the Paperspace layout.
You can see that I am too missing some of the needed fonts, and it seems that text height, too, has not survived the translation too well.
When designing logos, the custom is to supply them as drawings instead of text to avoid this kind of errors created when the look is dependent on resources to be found on the user’s computer. Dave’s trick of using 3D Text in SketchUp instead of regular text in LayOut provides this, as LayOut doesn’t have a function that would explode text into outlines.
One alternative, too, is to use some graphic design software like Illustrator ($$$)or Inkscape (free). These have the advantage of exploding the text into bezier paths that are resolution independent whereas the jagged outlines created by 3D Text will become visible if you zoom in close or use the logo at a very large size.