Tri-Valley Subdivision Homeowners Association Logo Design Contest

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Tri-Valley Subdivision Homeowners Association has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 108 designs from 17 different designers from around the world.
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Usibelli
United States

What We Do

The Tri Valley Subdivision Homeowners Association is a residential community of 183 single-family lots located in Healy, Alaska. We are committed to ensuring the beauty, safety and stability, promoting neighborliness and pride among the residents and forming a base for represention in matters affecting the community.

Industry

Real Estate

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Residential homes
#2 - Neighborhood feeling
#3 - Community

Our Target Audience:

The homeowners in Healy, Alaska.

Color Preferences

I'm open to any color scheme but am leaning towards greens, blues, browns, greys, and white.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

We are a community just outside of Denali National Park so mountains and the big dipper could be included. I would like silhouettes of three houses or the rooftops of three houses together to signify the Tri-Valley part of the association's name. I'd like a horizontal layout.

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Colorful
Adventure
Simple

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