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BugleMe (tm) is a service that allows fans to get a phone call from their favorite celebrities once a week! Fans can sign up for BugleMe on their favorite celeb's website through an icon, or they can go to www.bugleme.com to choose which celebs they want to get "Bugles" from or "Bugled" by.
The target market for this is both male and female, of many age ranges, mainly 16 to 45. Celebs that will do the Bugles range from singers, actors, Hollywood favorites, politicians, sports stars etc, so this must appeal to a wide range of people. These people all have something in common though...they want to hear from their favorite celeb through a Bugle every week to their cell phone so the logo needs to get people excited to click on it and sign up to get calls from their favorite stars!
We would like you to take free creative reign at this point, just knowing that the target market is broad. This icon/logo may also be turned into a cartoon character, that makes the noise of a bugle, so keep that in mind (not necessary but just a thought).
(PS, a bugle is a type of horn).
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