We Want YOU to Design the 2011 All-Star Logo

All-Star Logo Contest Offer Designers a Chance to Shine

Canaligator wants you to come up with a 2011 New York-Penn League All-Star Game.

By Lowell Spinners | January 7, 2010 4:43 AM

With the 2011 All-Star Game coming to LeLacheur Park, the Spinners are asking fans to come up with a logo! The All-Star Logo Contest will award one designer an All-Star prize pack and a lifetime of bragging rights!

With the announcement of the game the Spinners are looking to the fans to come up with a logo design for affair. Serious artists are welcome to submit designs in vector format using Adobe Illustrator or Macromedia Freehand, saved at the approximate size of 5". All submissions must be received by April 1, 2010.

The logo will be used throughout the promotion of the game and on all All-Star Game literature.

The winning artist will receive a prize pack for the All-Star weekend, including hotel accommodations for the game, access to all of the events associated with the game, an All-Star jersey, four Gator Pit passes for the All-Star Game and the ability to throw out a ceremonial first pitch prior to the game. Click on the Rules above for more information.

"Two years ago the league held a contest to find a new mark for the New York-Penn League and the quality of the entries was remarkable," said Spinners Vice President and General Manager Tim Bawmann. "We are very excited to see what the creative minds of baseball's best fans come up with this time around."

The logo should include elements of the league, the organization and city, but there are no set requirements.

"We don't want to limit the creativity of the artists," said Bawmann. "We're excited to see the submissions."

The contest begins immediately and concludes April 1, 2010. The Spinners office will select finalists on which the fans will select the ultimate winner.

To submit a logo or any questions, e-mail Tim Bawmann at tbawmann@lowellspinners.com. To read the official rules, click the link above.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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