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Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2001 22:11:31 +0100





The closing date for this competition is now just less than four weeks
away.......

We are preparing the poster displays so that the judging can take place
during the Colloquium but would be happy to include even more entries.

Check out the webpage http://www.uk.amsat.org/ao40logo.htm to see a few
examples of graphics received so far.

Good luck and thanks in advance

cheers

Graham Shirville G3VZV

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AMSAT-UK is delighted to announce a special design competition to develop a
new logo for AO-40. We look forward to receiving lots of entries and being
able to add to the funds that support the development of our amateur
satellites.

The competition is to design a new logo for the AMSAT OSCAR 40 satellite to
replace the existing Phase 3D logo. It would subsequently be employed as a
visual tag for AO40 in print and on websites, ties, patches etc. This will
also help to publicise the existence of this major new amateur radio
achievement. AMSAT funds will also benefit from this competition; Amsat-UK
offer grateful thanks to the donor (who wishes to remain anonymous).

Rules:
The competition is open to all-comers.
The graphic must be produced in electronic format in high-resolution colour
suitable for use on large posters as well. (The winning graphic would also
need to be readily usable in Black & White format.)
Copyright or a free licence to use it would transfer to all AMSAT groups
upon acceptance of the design.
Selection of the winner will be by a judging panel comprising of all
attendees at the Amsat-UK Colloquium in July 2001 with the senior (ranking)
AMSAT Officer present having overall right of acceptance.
Closing date of the competition is 15 July 2001.
Entries to be submitted by electronic means in .gif or .jpg format to Graham
g3vzv@amsat.org
Announcement of the winner will be made in the final hours of the Colloquium
on July 29th 2001; publication of the winning entry will follow shortly
thereafter.
Prize - for the winner: Accolades from fellow amateurs around the world and
free membership of Amsat-UK for one year.
Prize - for the Amsat-UK P3D fund (or its successor): an anonymous donation
of UK Pounds 250 (~ US $350).


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