The Lake Frances Triple P (Paddle, Peddle, Pace) is a new kayak triathlon, which will take place in Valier on June 13, 2020. But first, the event, which is sponsored by the Valier Area Development Corporation (VADC), needs a logo!
The VADC and the Valier Public Library are teaming up to offer $100 for the winning logo design! The selected design from this contest will become the logo for this annual event. The contest is open to everyone, yes, everyone!
The logo must endorse and promote the Lake Frances Triple P Triathlon, fun fitness, and include forms of Peddle, Paddle, Pace in the design.
The logo must also adapt well to electronic and print materials.
The design should be sent as original artwork and in a jpeg format.
Color should convey the excitement of the event.
Please remember, no copyrighted materials may be used.
To enter, simply send your logo design and brief story about it to:
Lake Frances Triple P
c/o Carol Green
P. O. Box 200
Valier, MT 59486
Be sure to include your:
Please note “TRIPLE P LOGO” in the subject line if you submit your entry via email.
The winning logo becomes the property of the Lake Frances Triple P Triathlon.
The contest ends Aug. 31, 2019.
According to Green, the VADC applied for and received a $5,835 grant from the Montana Office of Tourism & Business Development to help fund and promote this new event.
The “Triple P” event includes kayaking (1.5 miles), biking (12 miles), and running (3 miles) legs.
Organizers are planning an evening kick-off and race packet pick-up with bike and kayak gear check on Friday evening, June 12. The triathlon will start at 6 a.m. (late registration) and conclude at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 13.
A fundraising barbecue lunch sponsored by a local school organization will be available on Saturday for spectators and participants.
“The purpose of this event is to attract outdoor loving tourists to our versatile and scenic recreational area,” explained Green.
The VADC is planning for 100-150 competitors and their families. Organizers expect 30 to 50 percent non-resident attendance from Alberta, Idaho, Washington and Wyoming said Green.