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Peralta Design Announces Winner Of The Palm Coast Worst Logo Contest

Nov 3, 2015 | News

Palm Coast, Florida (November 3, 2015)— After careful deliberation, the team at Peralta Design is excited to announce that the winner of the Worst Logo Contest is none other than FPS – Future Problem Solving Program of Flagler County.

FPS’ logo was chosen because it presents an opportunity for Peralta Design to help a great organization better represent itself through its identity and brand. Although a very difficult decision to make given the sheer volume of ‘bad’ logos that were submitted over the course of the last month, we decided to offer our creative services to an organization doing so much for our youth and our future on the local level.

We look forward to working closely with the good folks at FPS effective immediately so that we can be prepared to unveil the new, updated logo at the upcoming Entrepreneur Night on November 24th, 2015.

We thank every business who participated in our contest, and we will be reaching out to each and every one of you with an exclusive offer to help improve your existing brand identity and web presence. We are very excited to be able to participate in the thriving business community that is being cultivated in Flagler County and look forward to making an impact with our presence as well as our works.

A little about FPS

Future Problem Solving Program International (FPSPI), was founded in 1974 by creativity pioneer, Dr. E. Paul Torrance. Future Problem Solving stimulates critical and creative thinking skills and encourages students to develop a vision for the future. The FPS Program features competitive as well as non-competitive activities in creative problem solving. Future Problem Solving Program International involves over 250,000 students annually from over 40 affiliates in the United States and 12 other countries.

Participants develop skills of teamwork, communication, research, critical and creative thinking, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. They learn to apply these skills to situations that are futuristic, but oriented to real life. The competitive aspects of FPS are fun but the benefits of learning a process that can be used for the rest of their lives. This is the reason that teachers, parents and students fall in love with the program and continue to stay involved with it for many years.

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