Newton BIA logo contest launched

NEWTON – The Newton Business Improvement Association is calling on students to help rebrand Newton Town Centre, with $1,000 up for grabs for the winning entry.

The logo contest is open to students enrolled full-time in high school or post-secondary. The winning entry must include the tagline “Newton the Heart of Surrey” and should capture the neighbourhood’s “multiculturalism, diversity, vibrancy and community.”

The deadline to submit is May 31.

Contest details and submission forms at Newtonbia.com.

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