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SnoCade Logo Contest announced

Sunday, November 03, 2013 - Updated: 7:20 PM

INDIAN LAKE - SnoCade is coming to the Town of Indian Lake Feb. 14-23, 2014, and the organizers are looking for a fun logo. Entries must be submitted by noon Dec. 3.

Anyone can enter the contest and the winner will receive a $25 prize. All entries have an opportunity to be on display during a gallery show at the Indian Lake Library during the event.

SnoCade will be a snowmobiling-oriented event that is part of the Indian Lake Winter Fest. In addition to Winter Fest's many activities (duct tape sled races, circus, tricky tray), SnoCade will have snowmobile rides, radar runs and uphill climb races.

There will also be snowshoeing, Forever SnoCade (comedy performance), concerts, and dining opportunities galore.

Logo submissions should include some aspect of snowmobiling and fun. Digital entries can be sent to SnoCadeIL@gmail.com. Print entries can be dropped off at Town Hall.

Entries may be no larger than 17 by 11 inches in either portrait or landscape formats. All entries must be original art and in no part previously created material. Owners of the entries will retain rights, but give to SnoCade unlimited and unencumbered rights of use for the purposes of identifying and promoting SnoCade using any media it so desires.

Only one entry is allowed per participant.

The main criterion is making the Town of Indian Lake be perceived as "Snowmobile Central" in the Adirondacks. Let's make tracks.

This is an opportunity for a local artist to be the 'face' of what could possibly be one of the biggest winter events in New York's Adirondack region.

Artist Joann Quinlivan and former founder, president and marketing partner of AD-TECH Communications, Bill Quinlivan, will judge the entries. Questions can be directed to SnoCadeIL@gmail.com.

     

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