The Kennebec Historical Society is seeking submissions for a logo design for use primarily across digital media.
Any member of the public is welcome to submit a design. The design should be created keeping in mind that its final use is for concise and easy-to-identify brand use, representative of the KHS mission and/or history of Kennebec County. The logo needs to be usable in social media, such as for a Facebook profile image or brand icon. This logo will not replace the society’s current logo; instead, it is intended to act as a supplemental logo that maintains a connection to the current logo.
A KHS committee, in conjunction with the KHS board of directors, will select the winner.
The designer of the selected logo will receive:
- A one-year membership in KHS.
- Recognition across platforms such as our newsletter, our Facebook page, and press releases sent to local media.
Logo designs should be emailed as .JPG, .EPS, and .PDF files to email@example.com with subject line “Logo Contest Submission” by 5 p.m. December 1, 2019.
For more details about the contest, visit the Kennebec Historical Society’s Facebook page (enter “@KHS1891” in Facebook’s search window), email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 622-7718.
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