Johns Creek Needs a New City Logo...And They Want Your Help! | City of Johns Creek, Georgia

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Residents of the City of Johns Creek: the city wants your help!

The City of Johns Creek needs a new logo and a city seal and would like its residents to have an opportunity to get their creative juices flowing and submit ideas.

According to an email sent out by the city today (Friday, November 9, 2007), "A great logo must convey an immediate message, be visually appealing, and invoke emotion. If well-developed and carefully composed, it serves as a symbol of ideals, practices and missions. It inspires vision, stability, builds trust and credibility."

Simply click here to be redirected to a survey sent out by the City of Johns Creek and to answer questions, such as what does the City of Johns Creek mean to you and what should be the philosophy of the city, etc.

What a great opportunity for residents of this new city to really become involved in building from the ground up. Barely a year old, the City of Johns Creek is already a thriving and independent city - and you can help keep it going!

The Gebhardt Group loves Johns Creek! We live in Johns Creek; we work in Johns Creek! If you would like any information on Johns Creek real estate, or just have a real estate question you need answered, please contact us today!

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Maura Gebhardt
The Gebhardt Group
RE/MAX Greater Atlanta
10220 Medlock Bridge Road
Johns Creek, GA 30097

(770) 751-5895


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