It has been said often that our production of many resources has reached a peak. Oil is one of those. This fact leads us to have to take more and more extreme measures to maintain the same level of production. It is no surprise that the environment is going to suffer from those measures. This can be seen most recently and also most tragically in the Gulf of Mexico with the Deepwater Horizon spill.
Therefore we at LogoBee have decided that the time is right to register our admiration, and offer our support, to those organizations which selflessly work for the benefit of the environment rather than short term profit. To that end we are offering a bonus logo design to a non-profit environmental company as an extension to our makeover program.
A logo may be small, but it is important. Whether the aim is to maximize profit or save the world (in whatever way possible), a good logo will get people's attention and form a first impression for a company. If the impression is good, then of course the company will be tested in many other ways to see if it stands up to that first reaction. If, on the other hand, it is bad, then the company probably won't get a chance to show how good a company it is for people will not have any further interest. A logo is just as important for an environmental company, therefore, as it is for a profit-driven company.
In fact, thirty one companies have already taken advantage of LogoBee's makeovers since their introduction five years ago. That includes the environmental non-profits the Project AWARE foundation as well as the International Primate Protection League.
As well as a logo design, this offer includes the design of stationery, a package worth $425. To enter is simple, and the only criteria to be met is to be a nonprofit environmental company. Entries will not be accepted after September the 16th to give time to judge the winner, which is to be revealed on the 21st of September.
Submissions should be made here: www.logobee.com/contact/contest-premier.htm.
LogoBee, Inc. is an award winning company which has been designing custom vector graphics for its clients since the year 2000. Over ten thousand customers have made use of our professional in-house designers since our founding, receiving not only logos but Web sites, business cards, brochures, leaflets and more. For more information on LogoBee and to see examples of our designers' work you should visit the Web site, at www.logobee.com.