We're not trying to be obstinate. Promise. We know that even though our city leaders are open to a new logo, the "Live it up!" slogan is going to be sticking around.
However, as the deadline for the Indy's WeBrand the Springs contest nears — it's 5:55 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 15 — we want to recognize ingenuity in as many forms as possible. And having noticed how many people have apologetically sent in slogans (or taglines, whatever you want to call them) without logos, we'd like to reward those even who are art-averse.
All that is to say: If you've got a good idea for a slogan for the Springs, e-mail it to email@example.com in the next couple days. We'll include some of the best offerings in our package on Dec. 22, and offer readers a chance to vote on their favorite. Modest prizes will be made available.
And of course, if you're working on your logo-and-slogan pairing, or your video, best of luck in the next couple days.
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