Bothell Chamber requests samples for logo re-design

The chamber will accept design submissions for its upcoming re-brand to include Kenmore.

  • Monday, February 12, 2018 11:30am
  • Business

The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce is seeking proposals and design samples for its new logo and marketing materials as the chamber moves to re-brand.

The chamber serves as the chamber of commerce for the cities of Bothell and Kenmore and are therefore re-branding to the “Bothell Kenmore Chamber of Commerce.” The chamber is a non-profit, membership-based organization that creates community through uniting businesses, community and local government in an effort to promote regional economic prosperity.

Proposals must be received by the chamber office by March 1. The chamber asks artists to submit proposals and samples electronically via email to Executive Director, Brittany Caldwell at Brittany@bothellchamber.com.

All design samples should accurately reflect the Chamber’s new logo with both city names. Logo submissions should include one to three design samples that are colored with navy blue and green. Additionally, the logo designs should focus on the text, “Bothell Kenmore Chamber” in a bold, clear font.

Small artistic elements, shapes or icons are welcomed, according to the chamber.

The chamber is also looking for new designs of its membership information flyer or brochure. Artists should submit one design sample of a membership information flyer or brochure.

The chamber added artists should submit total project price for each project and hourly rates will not be considered.

The design samples will be judged based on effective representation of the new name, the chamber’s review of submitted design samples and the submitted project price.

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