The New Farmers’ Market Logo Contest
New World Publishing today announced “The New Farmers’ Market Logo
Contest” in which farmers’ market managers are invited to submit market
logos for inclusion in the upcoming “New Farmers’ Market” book.
According to the book’s author Eric Gibson, “There is no better way to
illustrate the beauty and diversity of the markets than with their own
logos. Each booth and each market is unique, and their artwork is a
reflection of this.”
Market managers may send their logos to New World Publishing, 11543
Quartz Dr. #1, Auburn, CA 95602. Deadline for sending logos is Jan.
15th. Each entrant will receive a 10-percent discount and free shipping
offer, and the three grand prize winners will receive a free book.
“Everyone wins at farmers’ markets,” Gibson said “—farmers, consumers
and townspeople alike, so the logo contest, too, has nothing but
In yet another development, New World Publishing announced that, unlike
the announcement postcards in which the “Farmers” in “New Farmers’
Market” carried no apostrophe, the apostrophe will be back in the
upcoming book. “The voice of the farmers has been heard,” Gibson said.
“Farmers want to make it clear that with farmers’ markets, the farmers
are in control of marketing!” (Market managers: if you would like to
receive a packet of announcement postcards to give to the growers in
your market, please write to the above address or call Eric at
So what’s “new” in something so ancient as farmers’ markets? “Well, for
starters, they’re Y2K compliant,” Gibson said. “Computers may shut down,
but farmers’ markets will go on forever.” More information about “The
New Farmers’ Market” can be found on the web site at
-- Eric Gibson New World Publishing firstname.lastname@example.org Author: Sell What You Sow, The New Farmers Market http://www.jps.net/grower
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