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Colorado Springs lives it up with new logo and slogan

"It's time for the city to brand itself, rather than be branded by people outside the community," said Doug Price, CEO of the CVB.

So Colorado Springs wants people outside of the community to think that the city is filled with eighty-year-olds testing out their fancy graphics programs on a new retirement-home logo?

The good news is that the project cost just $111,000. Let's hope that Visit Denver doesn't hire the same branding company when it launches its hand-wringing attempt to define its own "true personality."

Live it up!

It worked so well for Ted Haggard.

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