Deadline Extended For "C" Logo And Slogan Contests
Filed under CMU News
on Monday, January 28, 2013.
Central Methodist has extended its deadline for the
and slogan contests until 5 p.m. CT on Thursday, Feb. 28.
All previous submissions will still be
considered in the final vote.
The winner of each contest will receive $250.
The new "C" must be original and unique art, not
a standard font or copied from another institution or organization. The design
must be distinctive, visually appealing and able to stand alone on a banner or
be incorporated with other design elements into products such as jerseys,
warm-ups, t-shirts, caps, window decals, brochures, flyers, posters, letterhead
and web pages. The winning submission will be displayed in both official school
colors [green (Pantone 3425) and black] and black and white. Consideration will
also be given as to how the design integrates with official Central Methodist
typefaces (Humanist 521 and Apollo).
The new slogan must be original and unique to
Central Methodist University, preferably no more than one sentence or possibly
two short phrases. The winning submission must reflect positively on CMU and be
adaptable to a variety of uses, including website, clothing apparel, banners,
fliers and recruitment materials. The slogan must be clear, concise and
effective when used in audio formats.
People are welcome to submit entries for either
one or both of the contests.
Entries should be submitted on paper or via
good-quality jpg or PDF electronic files to:
Oliver, Central Methodist University, 411 Central Methodist
Square, Fayette, MO 65248, or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. All
entrants should include name, address, phone number and e-mail address.
Entries will be judged by a committee of select
staff and students, and no member of the committee or of their immediate family
is eligible to submit an entry. The winning design will be the sole property of
Central Methodist University, and CMU will retain all rights in perpetuity
All decisions are final, and CMU has the right
not to declare a winner if a satisfactory entry is not submitted.
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