Want your ideas enjoyed by thousands?
MILTON, GA., May 18, 2010 - Have you ever wanted the community to see your creativity first-hand? Then help shape the City of Milton's largest yearly event, the 2010 Milton Roundup.
The City of Milton wants this year's event to be an accurate representation of what matters to its citizens. That means one of you decides what best encapsulates all that Milton means in 2010.
As such, all local designers, artists and art enthusiasts are encouraged to submit their ideas for a 2010 Milton Roundup logo and event concept. The winning design/theme will be featured in and guide all aspects of the event's signage, promotions, T-shirts, souvenirs and more.
The only rule is that the design and theme somehow incorporate the title "Milton Roundup 2010." That's it. Let your imaginations run wild.
All logos and design concepts must be turned into Cyndee Bonacci, Milton's Parks and Recreation Director, by June 18. The winning designer will be asked to sign a release stating the City of Milton may use the logo and concept for the 2010 Roundup.
If the logo is created using an electronic design program, all files must be in .eps format for usage on a variety of products and signage. If the design is hand-drawn or painted, it must be no larger than 42 inches in width to be scanned at City Hall. If scanning yourself, all files must be saved in .eps format.
For more information, contact Communications Manager Jason Wright at 678-242-2523 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year's Fourth Annual Milton Roundup will take place Oct. 23 at Birmingham United Methodist Church from noon to 6 p.m. and feature food, games, rides and more. For more information about the event, contact Bonacci at 678-242-2489 or email@example.com.