WSRA Awards $400 Prize to Winner of 2015 Conference Logo Contest
Tuesday, November 04, 2014
TUKWILA, WA --The Washington State Recycling Association (WSRA), a nonprofit trade organization representing the state’s diverse recycling industry, congratulates Cory Griffin of Portland, OR on designing the winning logo for the WSRA 2015 Conference Logo Contest. Griffin received a $400 prize for his ability to translate the conference theme of "Leading the Way to Zero Waste” into an artistic, professional design. The winning logo, displayed below, will be featured on all publications, banners and signs for the 2015 Conference as well as on the conference tab of the WSRA website.
WSRA launched the logo contest in September to engage the community in the planning of their 35th Annual Conference to be held at The Davenport Hotel in Spokane, WA May 17-20, 2015. They received a wide variety of creative entries from talented artists across the nation.
Griffin resides in Portland, OR where he works as a full-time and freelance graphic and web designer. He has designed numerous graphics for a variety of events, and enjoys creating designs that focus on sustainability and the environment. For more information about Griffin and to view his portfolio, visit his LinkedIn profile or contact him via email at email@example.com.
WSRA’s annual Conference and Trade Show draws 300 recycling industry professionals, members of local government agencies, and retailers each year and features leading-edge educational sessions, celebrated local and national experts and speakers, enjoyable networking events, and over 30 exhibit hall displays. The 2015 Conference logo will be an excellent showcase of what this annual conference represents to the state of Washington.
For more information or questions regarding WSRA’s 2015 Conference, please contact the WSRA office at (206) 244-0311 or email Lindsay Kittleson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Washington State Recycling Association (WSRA), formed in 1976, provides leadership, networking, advocacy and education to foster the expansion, diversity and economic vitality of recycling in support of sustainable resource management. Its 280 member organizations and over 500 individual members include private, community and government recycling agencies, generators of recyclables, collectors, processors, transporters, broker, commodity markets, recycled content product manufacturers, and others. Contact Washington State Recycling Association, 206-244-0311, www.wsra.net.