Thursday, February 14, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LILBURN -- Gwinnett's newest Community Improvement District has a new logo.
Lilburn CID officials said the new design was created to provide a more distinctive presentation speaking to the group's goals, replacing a former logo that originated with the CID's history as a part of the Lilburn Community Partnership.
"We wanted an image and identity that speaks to our commitment to redevelopment and revitalization for the greater Lilburn area," Executive Director Gerald McDowell said. "We believe that this logo will help us to better communicate the CID's vision for our stakeholders and community."
Gwinnett County resident Shanna Weaver, a freelance graphic designer who works as an instructional designer for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, won the CID's logo design contest. She was awarded a $500 check from the business organization."We greatly appreciate all of the submissions that we received from talented artists and designers," McDowell said. "Expect to see our new logo appearing in a variety of applications in the very near future."