The 2018 Top of the World Loppet needs your help.
The races, on Saturday and Sunday April 7-8 2018, mark the 50th anniversary of the first Top of the World Loppet, which took place in 1968 during Inuvik Ski Club’s first season.
In honour of this season’s historic event, Inuvik Ski Club is inviting Canadian youth to design a Top of the World Loppet logo.
The winning design, as chosen by a panel of judges, will be used to promote the Loppet – and the winning artist receives an Inuvik Ski Club prize pack!
This logo may be featured on websites, our social media platforms and other media (posters, ﬂags, ski suits, etc);
Any colours may be used. Logo should look good in colour (if any) or black and white;
Logos cannot contain copyrighted material (e.g. Olympic rings, other pre-existing logos). Logos must have been created and edited by the contestant(s) alone.
How to submit your entry
Budding artists should send Inuvik Ski Club a colour copy of their logo design, on a white background with no name or identifying information on the page or within the file.
The file can be a JPG, EPS, TIF, PDF or PNG.
With your logo design, send a paragraph or two explaining how you came up with your design, what it represents, and what it means to you.
Finally, make sure you include your full name, your age, your mailing address, and an email address or phone number to reach you at.
Send your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org before Wednesday, November 15 2018, at 5:00PM MST.
Contest details: Winners will be selected by a panel of judges in conjunction with the Inuvik Ski Club Board of Directors. Contestants agree that Inuvik Ski Club/Top of the World Loppet may publish their logo and name(s) and may use both for advertising campaigns and/or marketing materials in the future. Contestants assign all ownership rights, including all intellectual property rights to the logo, to Inuvik Ski Club. Additionally, Inuvik Ski Club may alter, modify or revise the logo as it sees necessary. Inuvik Ski Club reserves the right to not select a winner if, in its sole discretion, no suitable entries are received.