ATLANTIC CITY SPORTS COMMISSION REVEALS NEW CUSTOMIZED LOGOS
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (June 9, 2015) Today at a press conference, in conjunction with the announcement of TEAMS ’16, the world’s leading conference and expo for the sports-event industry, the Atlantic City Sports Commission announced the development of customizable logos that will be offered for use to all future sporting groups and sporting events that come to Atlantic City.
The Atlantic City Sports Commission has created a variety of PLAY AC sports logos to coincide with each individual group and their specific needs. The marks have been trademark registered and a license agreement will be issued for its proper use by all sporting events interested in coming to Atlantic City.
Jim Wood, President and CEO of Meet AC and the Atlantic City Sports Commission stated, “This was a natural progression for the AC Sports Commission, to build upon the DO AC and Meet AC brands that are already in use. I know our clients will really appreciate how our PLAY AC logo can be creatively incorporated with their individual events.”
For additional information, visit: www.meetinac.com and look out for the launch of the new Atlantic City Sports Commission website in the near future.
About Meet AC
Meet AC, Inc. was officially formed as a 501(c)(6) organization on June 23, 2014. Prior to its formation, the Meetings and Convention sales and marketing group was operating under the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA). Meet AC, a tourism economic development agency, will focus on three primary objectives: sales, marketing and services. For complete Atlantic City tourism and convention information, visit www.meetinac.com. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MeetAtlanticCity and Twitter at @Meet_AC.
About the Atlantic City Sports Commission
The Atlantic City Sports Commission was officially formed on January 13, 2015 as a 501 (c)(3) organization with the support of Meet AC and the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) to attract sporting events, conventions and competitions to Atlantic City.