Blue Springs, Mo. –The Human Relations Commission is proud to announce a community contest for the design of a new logo to be used by the Commission.
Established in March of 2014, the commission is comprised of seven community leaders from diverse backgrounds appointed by the Mayor and City Council. Blue Springs Police Chief Wayne serves as their staff liaison.
The aim of the Blue Springs Human Relations Commission is to: foster the improvement of human relations among and between citizens of all cultural backgrounds, so as to provide all individuals with an equitable opportunity to grow and participate to the best of their ability in our economic, educational, political, and social systems.
“We created this logo contest so community members can create a symbol that represents the Human Relation Commission’s mission in the Blue Springs’ community,” said the commission chairman Lewis Jones. “This contest is our chance to form a relationship with the community we represent, and to show residents that they play an essential role in this commission and our future success.” ¬
The winning logo must be an original work of the contestant and never been the subject of a copyright. It will reflect diversity, inclusion, the City of Blue Springs and represent the mission of the commission for the target audience: Blue Springs residents and surrounding community members.
“The Blue Springs Human Relations Commission was created to promote inclusiveness and communication among the diverse residents of our community,” said Mayor Carson Ross. “With this logo contest I hope to see a number of creative submissions from our resident artists that highlight this mission of unity and awareness.”
The logo must be designed at 300 dpi or higher, vector art preferred, and it needs to be easily adaptable to print and digital media, signage and embroidery. For submission specifications please go to www.bluespringsgov.com/hrclogocontest
All entries should be emailed to email@example.com no later than 11:59 p.m. on March 16, 2015. All designs will become the property of the City of Blue Springs upon submission and may be used in future publications.
The winner will be notified by email or telephone and will receive a certificate of recognition from Mayor Ross and an engraved plaque.
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