Publish on 13 Mar 2019
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Media Release - 13 March 2019
Have your say on the future face of Campbelltown by registering for one of the City rebrand consultation sessions.
An independent agency will carry out face-to-face meetings with the public on 3-4 April to get your ideas on how you would like to see the city represented.
The City Identity and Branding project is being conducted to promote the unique identity of Campbelltown and to attract jobs and cultural investment.
If you live, work or do business here, then we’d like to hear from you about changing some of the outdated perceptions of Campbelltown.
Council is working with independent branding agency Principals to build a consistent and compelling identity, that will assist with boosting confidence and building pride across our community.
The city brand, including the development of a new logo, needs the stories, perspectives and local knowledge of the community during the next few months.
The first four sessions are being held at the following times:
Wednesday 3 April, 2019, 10am–1pm
Wednesday 3 April, 2019, 5pm–8pm
Thursday 4 April, 2019, 10am–1pm
Thursday 4 April, 2019, 5pm–8pm
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