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Vote for Shelby World Series logo

Vote for Shelby World Series logo

Now that Shelby, N.C., is the official site for The American Legion Baseball World Series, steps have been taken to announce this milestone in Legion baseball history. Shelby's World Series Committee has created a survey that features the design of four logos, but there can only be one winner. In order to make a final selection, they need feedback from Legion baseball fans.

Cast a vote by clicking here. The deadline to vote is July 31.

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D Thoren

August 12, 2010 - 1:37pm

Joining with some of the other comments..none of the logos spectacular to me, and I would suggest a traditional theme and artwork for this first year settling in Shelby NC. With Shelby now the permanent site, grab the rich history of baseball in that area. My own grandfather pitched for Hickory in the late 30's in the Independent Carolina League. Many towns had teams, and often named after the most important industry..such as the Kannapolis Towelers :^). That's great stuff...ALB should build its future on the strength of our baseball past. Make the logo historic in feel and let's keep retelling the baseball story from Shelby, through the terrific work of the American Legion.

baseballid

July 13, 2010 - 9:42am

I have to join the other two comments thus far....not thrilled with any of the options! The Logos for the past several years were a welcome change and very attractive....would suggest building off of those by maybe having the picture of your stadium front just below the Logo as is done this year for Spokane. None of the four Logos do justice to the stellar performance Shelby did in 2008 and what they will do in the future........need a Logo with as much POP as that!!! Derrick Ater Chairman Idaho American Legion Baseball

plafl16

July 9, 2010 - 10:56am

I DON'T CARE FOR ANY OF THE OPTIONS. SHOW THE LEGION SEAL, ETC. AND GET MORE CREATIVE, SUCH AS AN ANTIQUE MOTIF THAT WOULD BE LAST CENTURY, AS IN 85 YEAR AGO.

nsnow

July 8, 2010 - 4:36pm

I don't care for any of the options. I choose not to vote. Thanks for the chance to comment.

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