Washington State Main Street Unveils New Logo

Our colleagues at the Washington State Main Street Program just unveiled a new logo! According to Sarah Hansen, Washington State Main Street Program Coordinator, “This new brand is the result of efforts to create a better visual identity for the program, representing Main Street communities across this diverse state.  We are thrilled to debut the logo in time for our RevitalizeWA Conference and would like to thank all those who helped with its development.  A special thanks goes to The Medium, the design firm in North Bend, who assisted us in creating an image that reflects Washington’s rich cultural and natural heritage while focusing on our historic downtowns.”

Whether you’re a veteran Main Street supporter or you want to know more about the program, we recommend attending the RevitalizeWA Conference in Walla Walla, May 11-13, 2011.  See what great efforts are being made statewide to revitalize our main streets. Visit the conference web page for more info and register online.

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