Santiago, Chile (PressExposure) July 31, 2013 -- According to Eco Exploration CEO Mr. Andrew Davis, the company is undergoing growth and change and would benefit from a new symbol to reflect its progress. The current logo is based upon the Chilean flag with the three sides representing the tri-layer process of extraction, production and distribution of minerals. Mr. Davis went onto say that the company's logo designs will be judged by the board of directors at the beginning of January 2013 and the design selected will be implemented during the first quarter of the New Year. Prizes will be awarded at an official presentation ceremony in January.
"This is an opportunity for our shareholders, and our employees to get involved with the company's management. We will be looking at designs from shareholders and employees prior to those submitted by the general public." CEO Mr. Andrew Davis
The winners of the competition will be invited to dine with the company's board of directors in Santiago at the end January, when a formal presentation will be made. Runners up in the competition will receive a token gesture as well as receiving an invitation to the celebratory dinner.
-Logos are to be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, in JPG or PDF format only.
-Logos must be original and different to the current logo
-The deadline for all logo submissions will be January 20th, 2013 by 5:00 p.m. CLST.
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