St. George, Utah (April 15, 2019) – In early April, the Washington County Fair sent out a call for submissions for a logo design contest. In two weeks, nearly 100 logos were submitted from all over Washington County. Nearly all age groups were represented; the youngest submission came from a 10-year old Bloomington Elementary student to a 76-year old resident. Participants were asked to create a design that portrayed what Washington County meant to them—an interpretation of not only southern Utah, but of Washington County—from New Harmony to St. George, Hildale to Enterprise and everything in between. All styles of artwork were excepted: cartoon, watercolor, graphic art, and photography were welcome. It was an extremely hard decision, but the designs were evaluated by judges and the Top 11 were chosen. We now open the judging to the community to decide the new look of the Washington County Fair logo. The winner will get their design printed on all Washington County Fair marketing and will receive a $500 cash prize.
For details, visit www.washcofair.net/logo-contest. Public voting ends at midnight on Thursday, April 25.