The E-Club is a non-profit organization established to promote recreational, social, and cultural activities for our members and their families. We are based out of Greenville, Texas and are proud to support the employees of L-3 Communications MID and supporting organizations. The E-Club has thousands of members, and we would like a clean, professional logo to represent us.
Some things that are special about our members, that might be a point of inspiration:
We work in the aerospace industry.
We're a patriotic bunch, and a lot of our work is a way to serve our country.
We're Texans, whether native or adopted.
This logo will go on our website (http://e-club.org), in our weekly newsletter (the E-Trader), on our retiree newsletter, on our membership cards, and on business cards we present to local businesses while negotiating discounts for our members.
Our main audience will be our members, and new employees whom we want as new members. Our next biggest audience will be any businesses that we would negotiate with to offer discounts to our members.
Since the logo will be used in multiple applications, please ensure it maintains a professional look in both aspect ratios described below.
The logos for our website and for the newsletters should fit in a rectangle about twice as wide as it is tall. (current E-Trader logo attached)
The E-Club logo for the membership cards (current look attached) will need to fit in the same space the current one does (about 160px wide by 220px tall).
The design should be flexible enough to be used for the E-Club website and our printed materials (newsletters, business cards, etc.). In other words, it should look good when printed grayscale. Or, if you like, you can submit a variation that is already grayscale to have more control over the printed look.
The logo for the E-Club should be able to be modified into a logo for the E-Trader. If you have an idea that involves a separate logo for the E-Trader, that might work, but they should definitely look related.
NOTE: The attached files are there to give you an idea of the size and proportions we need for the logos. You don't necessarily want to use them as a starting point.