nicholas j got their new postcard, flyer or print by running a design contest:
Design the BEST sports pub menu cover EVER for Tailgators Pub & Grill!!
Check out nicholas j's Postcard, flyer or print contest…
We are a cajun-inspired sports pub. We serve fresh, never-frozen, homemade food and sauces at a GREAT price. We also have a full bar; serving a wide array of liquors, beers, and wines, also at a great price. We have a neighborhood-bar feel, but we consistently deliver great service and value to our guests. Not to mention, we have dozens of big screen HDTVs to surround our guests with all of the days/nights sports action. The sports enthusiast can see and hear up to twelve different games from our tables at any given time. Because we are Cajun-inspired, we have a sort of Mardi Gras theme and feel when you walk in our doors. Our guests sit at our tables for long periods of time, so the menus stay on the table. We are looking for something that POPS, because our atmosphere can be quite dark to make the TV viewing experience more engaging.
What's your vision?
We are looking to redesign our menu cover. We want something that POPS! Our menus always sit on the table, and we want the design to be inviting. I will include our current menu design below, and you can visit our website (tailgatorspub.com) or Facebook page (Facebook.com/tailgatorspub) for further inspiration. We would like a picture of wings or alligator tail-meat on the cover, and while we would prefer you use our photos (a few included below), a stock photo of "naked" wings could survive the first stages of design. If you do use our photos, please try to minimize the amount of plate that shows up in the picture (see our current menu for an example). In the spirit of Mardi Gras, it would be nice to incorporate purple, yellow, and green in a fashion that is both eye appealing and festive. As you will see, we are not adverse to some red as well. Nor would we mind an incorporation of the "sports" thing we have going on. Using our logo as large as possible on the front-cover is a must. If you use a beer glass, use a standard pint or 22 oz. mug shot. We've tossed around the idea of putting our merchandise on the back-cover at the top, and the locations map and phone numbers at the bottom, but if you think you have a better idea, feel free to go that direction! Ultimately, we want something that will work well in a dark environment, and not be too busy or cluttered. Thank you!
The design size is 12" x 6.5" @ 300 dpi per panel (front and back). I am always available to answer questions or guide your designing. Feel free to utilize me so that you get the most out of your design time. Thank you!
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