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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?

Cars U

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Cars.com is launching an all new Learning Management System (LMS) to help train Cars.com remote sales team on product knowledge and sales skills necessary to be successful within their sales territory. The LMS has been titled Cars U (as in Cars Univeristy) to play off of the educational content that is contained within the LMS. Cars U is an online, virtual training environment where sales reps from coast to coast will access important training materials - anytime, anywhere - tailored to their individual training needs.

In an effort to give the LMS it's own recognizable brand, the system has been named Cars U and it's necessary to give the brand an identity through a logo. In October, The Cars.com Training team will be launching Cars U. Cars U is a virtual training environment where reps across the country and access training anyplace, anytime, anywhere. In order to brand Cars U appropriately to our sales team, wed like to create a logo that can be used for our internal communications around Cars U. The logo will be used on all internal communications where Cars U is recognized - print, online, multimedia.

What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?

1) Cars U provides valuable training that is easy to access and important to my success.
2) Cars U is a professional system that offers high quality training modules tailored to my individual needs.
3) Cars U provides me with an environment to learn something new about Cars.com products and services.

What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)

It has been requested that this logo should portray a collegiate look and feel - any combination of image and text is acceptable. Feel free to think outside of the proverbial "box," however, should you have other inspiration that would not be traditionally characterized as "collegiate." Cars.com logo use guidelines and color guide can be found at http://logos.cars.com/guidelines.php.



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