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Eko07 came up with (in my opinion) the best design for the contest and was very quick to communicate and work with me, great interaction!
How Dog Tag Brewing started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
SPC Mabry James Anders Memorial Foundation
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The specific purpose and the mission of the Corporation is to honor the legacy of SPC Mabry Anders (US Army) by supporting scholarships for high school seniors from Baker, Oregon or the surrounding region who are pursuing advanced education and by providing financial support to individuals who have honorably served or are serving in the United States military for the purpose of allowing them to pursue education, training, or licensure in aviation through an accredited training program. [Basically, scholarships and community impact to ensure Mabry's name is remembered in his hometown and across the nation.]
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
What colors do you want to see in your design?
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This is a Gold Star Family new nonprofit being created to remember their loved one:
SPC Mabry J. Anders
United States Army
4th Special Troops Battalion, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division
JUL 22, 1991 - AUG 27, 2012 (KIA in Kalagush, Afghanistan)
Hometown: Baker City, OR
Mabry never wanted to be anything other than a soldier from the time he was little. He joined the Army right after graduation. Mabry was a fun-loving young man who lived his life to the fullest. Mab loved the outdoors, riding dirt bikes, off-roading in his Jeep, horseback riding and flying helicopters. His humor, strong sense of friendship, encouragement and compassion touched many lives. Mabry was dedicated to his family, friends and his brothers-in-arms. He loved serving his country and those he served with. A friend quoted Mabry as saying, “If you want to learn something in this life, learn how to live!”