Horton Group announces the extension of their Logo Re-Design Contest for another 3 weeks due to positive feedback. Now businesses have until June 22nd to get in on the chance to win a logo makeover.
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) May 27, 2012
Horton Group announces the extension of their Logo Re-Design Contest for another 3 weeks due to positive feedback. Now businesses have until June 22nd to get in on the chance to win a logo makeover. Horton Group offers a full array of marketing and advertising services including web & print design, web development and social media management along with other highly functional creative options to enhance any business’s brand. To enter the contest simply upload your company’s logo through the Horton Group Facebook page.
There are a number of factors that will be taken into consideration when deciding the winner of the contest. Not only is Horton Group looking for a business that will benefit the most from a new logo design, they also want to be shown why the company deserves a fresh new branding image. The winner will need to display dedication to growing their brand and providing the best service possible through an established set of business goals. Submissions will no longer be accepted after Thursday, June 22nd so make certain Horton Group receives your materials by then if you want a chance to win.
“Going over all the submissions has been a lot of fun and somewhat of a learning experience for all of us,” stated Horton Group graphic designer Jason Hapney. “There is more to this competition than just helping a lucky business out with a free logo design. We understand your logo plays an important role in driving your brand and increasing your overall recognition. The contest lets us connect with other members of the business community and at the same time help a well deserving company grow and make a positive impact on the overall economy. In the end everybody comes out a winner.”
The logo contest is part of Horton Group’s initiative to build a stronger presence in already emergent social media outlets, as well as their local community. Horton team member Isabel Ross added, “Online social communities like Facebook and Twitter are the perfect vehicle for connecting with the public and other businesses in nontraditional ways. Like a logo, the way you use social media as a professional organization speaks volumes as to how people perceive your brand. It provides an opportunity to break through the on-the-surface image of your business and promote engagement.”
Horton Group began as a web development and web design company in 1996 and has since expanded its services to cover a variety of areas utilized to help business and organizations develop effective communication strategies. They offer expertise in multiple areas of marketing and advertising including: social media management solutions, email marketing, search engine optimization and media buying.
To submit your logo for review or more information about the Horton Logo Re-Design Contest, visit the Horton Group Facebook page and click on the Lame Logo Contest tab at the top of the page. You can also contact them directly by sending an email to isabel(at)hortongroup(dot)com or by phone at 615-242-8642.