I like the old Eagle County logo
Vail, CO, Colorado
After reading the two choices before voting, it is obvious that the left column under the new logo is quite padded and reflects a strong bias. As a taxpayer and voter, I would have appreciated no comments, just the logos to observe.
However, since that is not a choice, you might want to add under the existing logo of the beautiful eagle, to be fair, the following:
1. That people already identify with that logo ” immediate Eagle County recognition.
2. What better logo than one with an eagle on it? And he is powerful in his presentation.
3. Bright colors; nice separation; easy to reproduce.
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4. Only two words, “Eagle County,” are used. Simple and enough. (Don’t need “Life at Its Peak.”)
5. The bright blue color reflects our Colorado blue skies.
6. You can see what it says right away, not guess what it might be saying.
7. The snow-peaked mountain is recognizable, much more so than the upside-down white check mark on the new logo.