Organizers of a new litter prevention group called Keep Fayetteville Beautiful are asking for the community’s help in establishing a local brand.
The group is in the process of becoming a certified nonprofit organization, and will be affiliated with Keep Arkansas Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful. One of the initial affiliate requirements is creating a logo, and organizers said they thought a design contest was the best way to get started.
The group will award $100 gift cards to winners of a design contest in three categories: kindergarten through sixth grade; seventh through 12th grade; and an open division.
Keep America Beautiful focuses on three key issues: litter prevention; waste reduction and recycling; and community greening and beautification. The guiding principles of the organization are individual responsibility, education, partnerships, and volunteer action. The Keep Fayetteville Beautiful mission statement is: Helping create pride and responsibility in our community environments. Entrants are encouraged to incorporate any and all of these ideas into their logo design.
Submissions must be transferable to T-shirts, brochures, posters and other promotional materials. Designs must have no more than three colors. Children who receive significant help from a parent are asked to submit designs in the open division.
Designs must be submitted in JPEG or PDF format by 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 25 in one of the following ways:
Email: Send digital files to [email protected].
Mail: Mail hard copies to KFB Logo Contest, Fayetteville Parks, 113 W. Mountain St., Fayetteville, AR, 72701.
In person: Drop off at the Parks and Recreation office, 1455 S. Happy Hollow Road.
Winners will be announced on July 30 on the city’s website at www.accessfayetteville.org
For more information, call the Parks and Recreation office at 479-444-3471.