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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
Squash on Fire
What is your industry?
Entertainment & Sports
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Image + Text
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Squash on Fire is a new state of the art Squash Club and facility located in Washington DC.
Squash on Fire was conceived and developed to advance the sport of squash on all levels, and to promote and sponsor the learning and playing of the game. By providing unrestricted access to a state of the art facility, Squash on Fire aggregates the best squash training and talent development capabilities under one platform.
The Squash facility will be opened to the public, and among its many advantages, it requires no club membership and has as its primary focus, the advancement of junior squash players of all ages.
While Squash on Fire will be located in DC, it offers exceptional opportunities and benefits uncontained by geographical boundaries that will serve the metropolitan area and region as a unifier of many disparate efforts. Squash on Fire's goal is to be the prominent brand in squash training and to vigorously promote the sport nationally and internationally.
The facility will contain 8 squash courts of which at least one can be modified to a US style, hardball, doubles court; it is further envisioned that one court will be an exhibition glass court. The facilities will have a pro-shop and a full service restaurant with a liquor license, in the expectation that people will dine and watch.
Attached is a image of the building that the Squash on Fire club will reside (designed by Enrique Norten). The name "Squash on Fire" is has multiple meanings and comes from the fact that (1) The Squash Court will be above ("on") a fire station (2) A squash ball on fire/in flames (3) A squash player that is "on fire" as in preforming exceptionally well. These multiple meanings should serve as creative inspiration for the logo. Furthermore, the logo should attempt to symbolize squash the sport (e.g., Racket, Player, or a competition squash ball which is a small round ball with two notable dots).
The logo will be potentially present on the building exterior, on all Squash on Fire documents, and on Squash on Fire T-shirts and gear. As such it should be fairly versatile and simple enough to work across multiple mediums.
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