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Rocky Mountain National Park 100th Anniversary Celebration Logo Contest

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Date: June 4, 2012
Contact: Kyle Patterson, (970) 586-1363

In 2015, Rocky Mountain National Park will celebrate its 100th Anniversary. This anniversary will be promoted and celebrated throughout the park and surrounding communities starting in September of 2014. In order to put celebration plans in motion, a professional logo is needed for educational, promotional, and marketing pieces.    

The Rocky Mountain Nature Association and Rocky Mountain National Park are sponsoring a logo contest. The logo should include "Rocky Mountain National Park 1915-2015", as well as the ability to include the 100th Anniversary slogan, Wilderness, Wildlife, and Wonder, under the design. Entries are due by July 11, 2012 and the winner will be awarded $3,000.    

Interested applicants over the age of 18 should download an entry form, rules of participation, and creative brief here. Questions regarding entry or rules of participation can be sent to e-mail us

Rocky Mountain National Park 100th Anniversary Mission: Rocky Mountain National Park's 100th Anniversary honors our rich cultural and natural history and celebrates the wilderness, wildlife, and wonder that inspire people to experience, connect with, and protect Rocky Mountain National Park.

Did You Know?

a photo of a lady playing golf in Moraine Park,a photo of a lady playing golf in Moraine Park

Moraine Park was once a booming settlement. As the rustic cabins grew into lodges, the inn keepers built more facilities to serve guests. Stead's Resort had both a swimming pool and a golf course.