Wyoming lottery seeks logo designer

2013-10-24T19:15:00Z 2013-10-24T19:33:10Z Wyoming lottery seeks logo designerBy the Star-Tribune staff Casper Star-Tribune Online
October 24, 2013 7:15 pm  • 

The Wyoming Lottery Corporation wants an in-state company to design its new logo.

The lottery board and the corporation's first CEO, Jon Clontz, sent letters of interest to nine companies around the state, asking them to pen the trademark for all of the state lottery's games of chance set to hit stores in mid-2014.

The board will make a decision in the coming weeks on which firm will get the job.

Clontz is also getting to ready to accept bids from the lottery industry’s three biggest gaming vendors — businesses that provide the distribution machines that will be seen at convenient stores and other locations.

The decision on which vendor to hire will be made by mid-December.

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    Sassy - October 25, 2013 8:19 am
    Hopefully someone from Wyoming will respond to the inquiry....
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