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Company or website nameWhere History Lives Today
Do you want any slogans or taglines on your logo?Where History Lives Today logo contest- for a new brand of technology delivered historical travel and tourism information including reenactment footag
Who we are:Where History Lives Today
Describe your company and organization and target audience.Where History Lives Today™ is a brand that will reimagine and exploit new, tech-driven opportunities within the "Heritage Travel" sector of the $1.6 Trillion travel and tourism industry.
We will target an affluent, yet underserved, $198 Billion niche market consisting of 138 Million self-identified "heritage tourists" who represent 23% of all U.S. travel. In addition to this group, we will target Millennial families, eager to learn interactively.
We will create proprietary content then distribute and market perpetually relevant historical vignettes which, with innovative technology delivery networks, will be accessible on-demand anywhere on any digital device (smart phones, tablets, desk top computers) as well as at our paid-admission attractions.
We will provide unique, interactive experiences that today’s customers now expect, including from the WhereHistoryLivesToday.com heritage travel website.
Our initial plan includes operations at 3 iconic locations with established visitor patterns: Gettysburg, PA (4M visitors), Lower Manhattan (12.5M visitors) and Washington, DC (21M visitors) and there will be additional locations to follow.
The design should have the following:Patriotic, but not obviously so- subtly. Modern so as to hint at the new technology we are utilizing. Clean. Reverence for the content. Intimate the educational aspect of the brand.
This logo will be used for:Print (business cards, letterheads, brochures etc.)
Online (website, online advertising, banner ads etc.)
Merchandise (mugs, t-shirts etc.)
Signs (including shops, billboards etc.)
We do not want this in the entries:Stars & Stripes (too obvious)
Political connections or statements