The Lilburn Community Improvement District (CID) is pleased to announce the introduction of a newly created logo as an enhancement to ongoing CID efforts.
Executive Director Gerald McDowell said the former logo had carried over since the CID’s launch in early 2010. The previous image originated during the CID’s foundational efforts with the Lilburn Community Partnership.
The new logo design will provide a more distinctive presentation connected with the CID’s overall goals and objectives.
“We wanted an image and identity that speaks to our commitment to redevelopment and revitalization for the greater Lilburn area,” McDowell said. “We believe that this logo will help us to better communicate the CID’s vision for our stakeholders and community.”
The CID conducted a contest by soliciting logo design entries from the general public. Gwinnett County resident Shanna Weaver submitted the winning design, earning her a $500 check from the CID.
Weaver is originally from Birmingham, Ala. She is a freelance graphic designer, and she works as an instructional designer for the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention.
“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.”
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(Editor's Note: This is from a press release from the Lilburn Community Improvement District.)