Columbus city officials want your suggestions and designs for the city’s bicentennial logo.
The city’s bicentennial steering committee is holding a design contest for the new logo. The logo design should incorporate the history and development of the city and Bartholomew County.
The city celebrates its bicentennial in 2021.
The design must be submitted in digital form, preferably as an Adobe Illustrator file. Designs can’t use any company logos or trademarks. The winning work will appear on the bicentennial website, in printed materials, on clothing and on promotional items. Entries must be received by January 31st and they will be judged by the bicentennial executive committee. The winner will be announced in February.
You can get more information including the complete rules and guidelines online at www.columbus.in.gov/bicentennial.