WE NEED A LOGO! We have this very very very old logo (the green oval one to the left) and well you see, Thayer Street is getting a facelift this summer and well we thought our logo needed one too! So...the Thayer Street District Management Authority, or TSDMA, is running a logo contest – with a cash prize! We need creative people with real,mad skills. Are you that person, or do you know that person? Click for details or forward to the most creative someone you know.
Deadline for submission is Friday, June 30, 2014 at midnight.
Thayer Street District Management Authority (TSDMA) will be retiring our very very very old logo. We will be putting it to rest. We are looking for a logo that will represent the new Thayer Street District. Regardless of what we choose to do with a new logo, we’d love to have one. We encourage you to have fun with this and pass it on to your designer like friends. With few rules and one possible big prize of one thousand dollars, yup one grand, why not submit? Here’s a little background info to help get the creative juices flowing it the possibility of $1000 wasn’t enough! Find out more!
For Immediate Release Providence, R. I. – March 2014 – On Wednesday, May 7th, 3 pm to 6 pm, the Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum is hosting a Spring Social.
Carrie Taylor, Director, invites all to attend, saying “This will be a festive event to enjoy the grounds and explore the museum. There will be fun and goodies for all. Please bring your kids, a friend, and join your neighbors!”
Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum, a property of Preserve, is located at 199 Hope Street, Providence, RI. www.lippitthouse.org
About Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum www.lippitthouse.org Lippitt House, a high style Victorian mansion, was built by industrialist Henry Lippitt and his wife, Mary Ann. Completed in 1865 and lived in by members of the Lippitt family until 1979, it was given to Preserve Rhode Island to be operated as a museum.
************* About Preserve Rhode Island www.preserveri.org Preserve Rhode Island’s mission is to protect Rhode Island's historic structures and unique places for present and future generations.