Marketing The Millennium
Sponsors announce a logo contest to mark the 2000 celebration
WASHINGTON (AllPolitics, Dec. 10) -- This being the era of marketing, the White House Millennium Council and the National Endowment for the Arts are determined not to be left behind. The two groups announced Tuesday a logo contest for the approaching millennium.
The winning design "may be used for the White House celebration and should allow for specific language and design to be added to the base package to specifically commemorate this anniversary," the council said.
The council suggested designs should include themes such as the rekindling of democracy, renewing a commitment to citizenship and unleashing "the full creativity and intellectual potential of the American people as we chart our common future."
All American citizens and U.S. residents, including professional designers, are invited to participate. The final design will be selected by a panel of professional designers and the winner will receive a professional fee.
More contest information is available on the NEA Web site or by calling (202) 682-5013. All entries should be sent to the NEA, Room 523, 1100 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C., 20506-0001 and must be postmarked by Jan. 15, 1998.
In Other News:
Wednesday Dec. 10, 1997
Freeh: Memo Compromise Could Be Reached
Copyright © 1997 AllPolitics All Rights Reserved.
Terms under which this information is provided to you.