Logo Contest Extension, News (Wilmot Girls Hockey)

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Logo Contest Extension
Submitted By Blair Ernest on Monday, November 7, 2016
We have some fantastic submissions already but the deadline approached quickly for some.  We have extended the deadline for submissions.  You now have until Fri Nov 25 to get your ideas in.  Also scans or pictures of hand drawn submissions are allow!  


New Logo Contest

-Must still use the same gold and navy base colours
-Must still use the "Wolverine" name/theme
-submission must be received on or before Nov 7, 2016 (Extended until Fri Nov 25)

WGHA Logo Committee will pick 3 logos for final voting
Email submission to [email protected]
Submission must include at least jpg/png graphic format files (Photos of hand drawn submissions allowed!)

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