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  1. I too would just go with Duluth Zeniths. Like others have said, Zenith City gives off too much of a Brandiose vibe. If you want to try a Zenith City identity, might I suggest the Zenith City Salties? It refers to a seagoing ship going through the freshwater Great Lakes, and it's always a source of local excitement when the first saltie of the year comes into port. Plus, the full nickname for Duluth as coined in the 19th century was "Zenith City of the Unsalted Seas", so you can play off of that a bit!
  2. The old English D calls for something old-timey in my opinion. I wouldn't mind resurrecting the Duluth-Superior Dukes, but I also came here to say Zeniths would be great. Otherwise, I'd focus on more industrial/maritime monikers if you're using the bridge imagery. Here are some less conventional names I thought of: Longshoremen Ore Punchers (name of the workers who would load the ore from the train cars into the docks; may be a little too Brandiose) Whalebacks (name of the old ships used for hauling ore)
  3. I think the first set is almost perfect. I would personally keep the bottom half of the roundel blue, as the red/pink is a little jarring. Additionally, the squareness of the numerals contrasts with the cursive and the Belgrad in the roundel for my liking. I wouldn't say you need to go full Belgrad on the number font, but something a little rounder would be more effective. For the second one, while I would never want it to see the light of day, it's a fun experiment. How would the blue look if it was a little lighter? It just looks far too pale right now for a Miami team.
  4. Brothers doesn't seem like an era appropriate font, and it doesn't match well with the font in the paw.
  5. That Chicoutimi logo is fantastic. You have really good clean looks all around that deserve a lot more buzz!
  6. The Indiana state flag doesn't have red in it; the Indianapolis city flag does. I appreciate the different take on the Colts; much better than seeing basically the same concept over and over again
  7. How does Concept A look with black sleeve caps on the away? The yellow stripe is getting lost on the white background
  8. So what is this league for exactly? Premier League? Champions League? Euro 2020?
  9. Love the name change, but I'm not really sure about its execution. The inline C and the art deco guardian head don't exactly mesh with the cursive marks.
  10. Love the messy look of the Buffalo scripts. Looks so vintage! I'll hop on the bandwagon and fire off some other Atlanta names to consider as well (pun intended): Governors (capital, keeps political theme) Goobers (peanuts being a prominent crop) Brakemen (trains) Generals (as in the train named General. The great train robbery occurred near Atlanta with that particular train)
  11. Does the primary logo need to contain the name and location of the team as it does in the current NBA?
  12. Is "Free Watts" the only text that can appear on the logo?
  13. Uh, gee, thanks everybody; I didn't think I was going to hold on at the end! I'm truly honored and proud to have this medal bestowed upon me. NOW KNEEL BEFORE YOUR GOD BABYLON
  14. Are the locations you listed the names we must use? For example, we have to use Carolina not Charlotte and Indianapolis not Indiana, correct?
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