OK boys and girls, here’s what the ‘Official’ logo for Daytona Bike Week will look like. This is the design that will grace all the ‘official’ souvenir T-shirts and other memorabilia that you’ll be buying at the rally. Here’s the official statement:
“After 9 days of online voting by participants from over 20 countries, the Bike Week Licensing Committee has announced the 2014 Bike Week logo. For the first time ever, the committee let the public vote on their favorite logo. We would like to congratulate Print Art for winning the logo contest that consisted of social media voting (Facebook & Website).
Print Art submitted over 5 logos, with 2 being chosen by the Licensing Committee as top 3 finalists. 5,000 votes later they won the contest. Official Gear Company came in second, with just over 1,500 votes throughout the 9 days of voting.
Print Art Screen Printing’s Designer/Illustrator Ben Miller stated his excitement as a finalist. “The whole company here is really excited and proud to see our designs as finalists in the competition. The art team here focuses heavily on biker designs year round so we have a good understanding of the elements involved in what bikers like to see. So we incorporated some of these elements along with some representation of the Daytona Beach and biker lifestyles. And we are all very thankful for the opportunity to represent the “World’s Most Famous Motorcycle Event!”
The Bike Week Licensing Committee would like to thank all logo applicants including Official Gear Company, Mid Florida Sportswear, Fast Signs of Daytona, NSB Clothing Company, Big Daddy’s Tees, and DME.
Additional information on Bike Week in Daytona Beach can be found by downloading the Official Bike Week iPhone App and also on the Official Daytona Bike Week Website at www.officialbikeweek.com featuring the largest online resource for attendees and designed to offer a litany of choices of activity.
For information on any aspect of Bike Week 2013, contact the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce at 386-255-0981.”
Source and Image: Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce
Posted by Sam Kanish