SHTFBlog Logo Contest With Awesome Prize
Here’s the deal. I’m at the point where I think SHTFBlog needs a cool logo. Scratch that. I need an awesome logo!
That’s where you come in. As I’m not a graphic arts kinda guy I need someone with cool ideas that can hook me up with a great logo. If you’re that person – talent, graphics art skills
, and a great idea, please whip something up and send it to me so I can scratch my head and marvel over your awesomeness.
And just for the record you don’t even have to be a graphic artist – you just have to have a good idea and the knowledge to put into a good logo.
And what, you might ask, do you get in return for all this hard work?
Well, other than having your name prominently mentioned here at SHTFBlog (if you so desire), you’ll also win an etrex 10 Garmin GPS
. That’s right – I blogged about it here
about a year ago, so click the link and check it out. Wouldn’t this beauty look sweet in the palm of your hand on your next big hike? Or think of how happy your sweetie would be when they open this up for Christmas.
I played with it for a week or two and went right back to using my map and compass
again. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a freakin’ cool little rig, but all in all I’m happy with the old-school map and compass.
And so… my loss is your gain. I’d much rather see it in the hands of some talented graphic artist then sitting on my workbench. How many times did I use it? Umm, about three I think. Let’s just say it’s not heavily used.
If I’m lucky enough to have a few of you sending in ideas I’ll choose what I think best represents the blog. Here’s a few tips about how I think about SHTFBlog: gun friendly but not gun crazy, middle of the road prepper
blog – meaning the tinfoil isn’t screwed on too awful tight, outdoorsy and gear friendly, loves an adventure… you get the idea.
Have questions? You can email me directly at email@example.com and use something like “Logo Contest” in the subject so I can keep track of the emails.
If there are multiple entries I’ll make the decision by the end of December – hopefully before the world comes to a screeching halt.
What are you waiting for? Get going!
Questions or comments?
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