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County Executive Calls on Designers for Logo Contest

Annapolis, MD (April 23, 2007) - County Executive John R. Leopold today announced a Contest that will help promote the Best that Anne Arundel County has to offer.

An artist in his own right, County Executive Leopold encourages creativity and originality in the Arts. "The Arts should always be viewed as a primary, not secondary pillar of our society," said Mr. Leopold. "The Arts represent an important part of our culture that we pass on to future generations."

The County Executive is calling on students, employees and citizens of Anne Arundel County to design a unified recruitment logo for Anne Arundel County Government. The logo should represent the quality of life experienced here, while promoting the benefits of living and working in Anne Arundel County.

All designers from amateurs to professionals should take part in the contest to create a unified recruitment logo for Anne Arundel County Government. Each logo will be judged on its overall appearance, simplicity, clarity of message, originality, and be bold enough to be reproduced in formats of all sizes and on any type of material. It must have as much impact in black and white, as in color.

Participants must fall into one of the three following categories:

  1. A student enrolled in a middle school, high school or college located in Anne Arundel County
  2. A citizen of Anne Arundel County
  3. An Employee of Anne Arundel County Government

The Logo Contest will run from April 16, 2007 to May 31, 2007. All entry forms and submissions must be received by 5:00 p.m. on May 31, 2007 to qualify for consideration.

There will be no monetary prizes, but prize packages will be available. Each Category will have a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winner, with the first place entrants in each category competing for the grand prize.

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