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  • Ken
    ... Accessible Technology (COAT) a not-for-profit all volunteer disability organization. The logo will be used to represent COAT and its mission to the
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 2, 2009
      : Objective-- To create a logo for the Coalition of Organizations for
      Accessible Technology (COAT) a not-for-profit all volunteer disability
      organization. The logo will be used to represent COAT and its mission
      to the general public, and may be used for COAT's printed materials,
      website, apparel, and other uses for which COAT deems appropriate.

      Description of COAT-- COAT is a coalition of 220 national, regional,
      state, and community-based organizations advocating for full access by
      people with disabilities to evolving high speed broadband, wireless
      and other Internet protocol (IP) technologies. The Coalition is
      dedicated to making sure that as our nation migrates from legacy
      public switched-based telecommunications to more versatile and
      innovative IP-based and other communication technologies, laws are in
      place to ensure that people with disabilities are also able to enjoy
      these innovations. In particular, COAT's efforts are focused on
      securing access to telephone type products used with advanced digital
      and Internet-based technologies, and to video programming on
      television and on the Internet. COAT website at http://www.coataccess.org

      Entry Requirements--Download, complete, and sign the COAT Logo Contest
      Entry Form at http://coataccess.org/node/79

      1. To be eligible to participate in this contest, entrants must be
      residents of the U.S. who are 18 years of age or older. People who
      have a disability or who have experience with disability issues are
      especially welcome to participate.
      2. Logos should reflect the purpose of COAT to ensure accessibility
      by people with disabilities to advanced communications and video
      programming on the Internet.
      3. All entries must be original designs.
      4. All entries become the property of COAT upon their submission.
      Contestants must agree to COAT's use of each entry in materials
      supporting this contest, including posting on the COAT website, and
      use of the entry in media releases and other public documents and events.
      5. A completed and signed logo contest entry form is required for
      each logo design. Logo designs must be camera ready art, not larger
      than 8 ½" by 11" in size.
      6. Send your logo contest entry and entry form by e-mail to
      COATlogo@..., or by mail to COAT c/o TDI, Attention: J.
      House, 8630 Fenton Street, Suite 604 , Silver Spring , MD 20910-3803 .

      Timing-- All entries must be received by COAT at one of the above
      addresses by midnight, January 20, 2009, to be considered. The
      contest winner will be announced as soon as possible thereafter.

      Message sent by

      Jenifer Simpson , Senior Director, Telecommunications and Technology
      Policy Initiatives, American Association of People with Disabilities
      (AAPD), Washington , DC 20006
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