Zing! is a singing-exercise party, offered both as a fitness class and as an interactive show at conferences. It's a total body workout highlighting sing-alongs to pop and Broadway hits paired with easy dance moves.
WHAT IS YOUR INDUSTRY?
DESCRIBE YOUR AUDIENCE
For Zing classes, we target adults of all ages who like to sing and want a great workout. For Zing interactive performances, we target conference attendees who could benefit from an energetic boost.
WHAT ARE THE TOP 3 THINGS YOU WOULD LIKE TO COMMUNICATE TO YOUR AUDIENCE?
1. Sing out! Work out! 2. You'll have so much fun, you'll forget you're exercising! 3. You don't have to be a singer--just like to sing!
Like: electric blue, turquoise, purple, spring green, magenta, peach
ANY OTHER ADDITIONAL INFO? (OPTIONAL)
Would like the word "Zing!" to somehow reflect the singing-exercise experience, if possible. But nothing contrived! Please keep it clean, simple and fresh. (Also... I'm not sure about the exclamation point... what do you think?)
By pampeterson on 29-Jun-10 2:27 a.m.GMT
Please add the tagline: "the singing workout"
By pampeterson on 29-Jun-10 5:28 p.m.GMT
Please delete the previous tagline and add the following tagline: "singing fitness"
By pampeterson on 7-Jul-10 10:36 p.m.GMT
Hi- Sorry I've been out of touch lately-I got nailed with sudden deadlines! THANK YOU to all you creatives!! I want to extend the Zing logo deadline so I can get back to many of you and be more specific about what I like/want. Let's extend the deadline to July 14. General comments: I like a slant; it looks like movement. Must be strong- but sleek/graceful; not chunky. Must somehow convey music and movement (singing a bonus!) Thanks again! Pam Peterson www.pampeterson.net www.pampetersonfitness.com
By crowdSPRING on 20-Jul-10 11:06 p.m.GMT
We just wanted to let you know that we've issued a cS award to user "celldesign" for their great work - congrats, celldesign!
If you're wondering why the full award wasn't given out, well, unfortunately, the buyer in this project has asked for a refund. And, because we offer buyers a money-back guarantee, sometimes we have to make good on that promise. In these cases, we refund the entire award (and our project fee) and pay the creative a cS award out of our own pockets. We've promised that every single project will be awarded - no matter what - and this is our way of honoring that promise. While we can't always pay the full award in every case, the winning creative is also free to keep the rights to all their work and do with it what they want. We hope you understand...
Thanks so much for participating and see you around the site,