|Graphic Design Two Rivers CDC Logo|
|Type of Post|
|Request for Proposals|
|Two Rivers CDC|
|Link to original solicitation
|Estimated Contract Value|
|Bid Close: Date and Time|
|4:30 P.M. on November 2, 2015|
|Proposal Requirements/Submission Instructions
Proposals may be emailed to the following address: RFP@tworiverscdc.org
|Scope of work|
|Two Rivers CDC is seeking a redesign of their logo. The design should be a representation the Native American communities including Alaskan Tribes without directly representing any one of them.
Two Rivers CDC, a Native American 501c3 organization, provides business counseling and resources to Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian business owners and communities.
The logo should consist of a type treatment for the official name, “Two Rivers CDC” and either a square or circular icon. We understand and honor the heritage that each tribe has and we would like to represent that in our redefined brand moving forward.
Please consider the following ideas for your design. We ask that not all are included. The logo and icon should be clean and clear, not cluttered or confusing. It is acceptable to include only one of the below concepts.
In regard to colors. We would like earth-tone colors and to keep our existing color “Water” (Pantone 7462). To this you may add up to three colors but it is not required.
|Point of contact|
|Daucey Brewington, Two Rivers CDC, RFP@tworiverscdc.org, 425-283-2512|
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