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Washington Economic Development Foundation (WEDF) -- Washington Parish, Louisiana, USA
A logo is currently being sought by the Washington Economic Development Foundation (Washington Parish (County) Louisiana) to promote the organization’s mission and enhance its image. While the new logo might be reflective of the past, it should focus on the future growth and development. The type new business development and growth being sought is specialty manufacturing, medical technology (e.g., testing and analysis laboratories), information technology and regional cuisine food processing. There is no established color scheme for the organization, though other organizations in the area have used green and light gold or tan, including a major University in an adjacent Parish, Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond (Green and Gold). Green seems to be a favorite color in the region given the rural woodland setting.
The Washington Economic Development Foundation (WEDF) is a non-profit economic development group serving the citizens and businesses of Washington Parish (County) Louisiana, and entrepreneurs and investors seeking business development opportunities in Washington Parish. The parish is located in Southeast Louisiana in an area known as the Florida Parishes since that area of Louisiana was originally part of the Florida territory. WEDF’s web address is, http://www.wedf.com.
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Business investors, corporations seeking available buildings and sites where they can set up new operations, technical and high-tech industries with quality jobs that require a skilled workforce, food processing companies that require a high quality and abundant supply of fresh water, and oil field services and component manufacturing companies that support off-shore oil exploration and production in the Gulf of Mexico.
A bold and simple design that attracts attention and conveys the development strengths of the region.