Sting Break 2016 Logo Contest

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Student Center Programs Council says
Sting Break is the annual student appreciation carnival hosted by the Student Center Programs Council. It occurs every spring semester and attracts over 3,500 students. And the best part is it’s free for all students. At this event, we have rides, carnival games, food and lots of free giveaways. For this upcoming Sting Break, the theme is Sting Break Roundup. And we’re giving you the opportunity to design our logo! This logo will be used for marketing, t-shirts and for the day of the event. Below you will find the contest details.
Submissions must be submitted by Sunday November 29, 2015 at 11:59:59 PM.


Rules and Requirements
• Contest open to Georgia Tech students only. Entrants must be current full-time or co-op undergraduate or graduate Georgia Tech students.

• All submissions must contain a primary graphic that includes the text “Sting Break Roundup”. The design must pertain to the actual theme and iconic Wild West symbols must be used in the design (i.e., desert, tumble weeds, cactus, long horn, horses, lassos, cowboy hats, ect. ).

• Buzz must be incorporated in the design. Please refer to www.licensing.gatech.edu/logostrademarks.html and www.gatech.edu/comm/toolbox/standards.html for GT Institute policies and specifications for all Georgia Tech or Buzz logos.

PLEASE NOTE: Students interested in Georgia Tech logos for inclusion in their designs should hand draw them or scan the logo(s). Georgia Tech Institute Communications cannot provide these files for development of the Sting Break logo. If scanned or hand drawn logos are used in development, these entries will receive appropriate consideration and the winning entry will get the necessary file for production.

• All submissions must be in a digital format and able to be modified.

Technical Information
Vector image files are preferred (i.e. Adobe Illustrator files). Photoshop .PSD files, JPG and other bitmap formats are acceptable, but the graphic should be large enough and high enough resolution for print up to a size of 3600 pixels (12 inch) in the largest dimension.

All graphics should be designed at 300 DPI.
No more than 6 colors should be used for t-shirt printing purposes. There should be used in your design.

Any entry that does not comply with these policies and s
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By: Student Center Programs Council

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