Be a Creative Part of the Hilton Apple Fest Tradition
Maintaining its tradition of community outreach, the Hilton Apple Fest is holding a contest to select this year’s festival logo. The winning entry will be applied to sweatshirts, tee shirts, and other handmade souvenirs. The winner will also receive $100 dollars and a sweatshirt featuring the chosen logo.
The logo must be an original creation and cannot be copyrighted. Entries should emphasize the value of the Hilton Apple Fest to the artist and to the Rochester community. The theme is limited only by imagination. Experienced festival patrons are encouraged to use their own unique Apple Fest memories to create the festival’s next logo. Artists should keep in mind that their design need not be highly detailed, as the winning logo will be embroidered. Multiple entries are encouraged.
Brown colored hoodies and other apparel will be embroidered with the winning logo and sold this year. Logo designs must be submitted via postal mail. All entries become the property of Hilton Apple Fest. All submissions must be received no later than Friday, March 15th, 2014.
Please send your entry to:
Hilton Apple Fest Logo Contest
PO Box 1
Hilton, NY 14468
Further details about the 2014 Hilton Apple Fest and an archive of the past 24 winning entries are available online at www.hiltonapplefest.org.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Director of Media Relations
October 5 & 6
Saturday, 10:00 – 5:00
Sunday, 10:00 – 4:30
Hilton Apple Fest
BS Pottery – 1st Place in Pottery/Ceramics, 2013 Brockport Arts Festival
Flax Seed Pillows by Fran
Painting by Ann – 1st Place in Painting & Drawing at Hilton Apple Festival 2012
Wooly Things – Best of Show, 2012 Oswego Harbor Festival; Best of Show, 2013 Arts in the Park, Inlet, NY
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September 28 & 29
Hilton Apple Festival
Saturday, September 28: 10:00 – 5:00
Sunday, September 29: 10:00 – 4:30
By Ann – 2011 Hilton Apple Fest Winner for Best Painting/Drawing Category
Wooly Things – Best of Show – 2012 Oswego Harbor Festival