Who is oLo? You Tell Us!

By November 19, 2012 IT-oLogy Defined

Are you a middle, high, or college student interested in winning a $1000 scholarship, $500 scholarship, or tablet? Then enter the oLo Competition!

IT-oLogy is looking for help from North Carolina and South Carolina middle and high school students, as well as all college students in the United States! We know that oLo likes IT, but that’s about it!

We’re calling for these students to help us find out who oLo really is. Why is oLo into IT? Is he/she a student or a professional? What part of IT does oLo like the most? These are the questions we are looking for answers to! And we’re not only looking for a personality – we want to see some life brought into oLo’s face! Give him or her a personality with some fun facial features and hair. Make it curly or straight, or have him be bald! Just make sure that whatever oLo looks like, it flows with his or her personality!

The overall winning submission will be used by IT-oLogy to create the official oLo mascot!

The contest is open now and ends February 7th, 2013. Submissions must include both a personality form and a physical representation of oLo. The representation can be in 2-D or 3-D form, but make sure that it is at most 8.5 x 11 inches. If a participant is under 17 years old a parent or guardian should sign the attached release form to make sure that we can use your ideas and design.

There are only a few rules: the most important being that the oLo face (like the one in this post) has to be used in the design. Colors can be altered, but ultimately we must be able to see the original oLo face in your design.

Submissions can be sent in any of three ways. The first, the personality form and physical representation (one document total) can be emailed to [email protected]. Submissions can be mailed in an envelope or (if 3-D) shipped via USPS to:

1301 Gervais STreet, Suite 200
Columbia, SC 29201

Submissions can also be brought in to the IT-oLogy office Monday – Friday from 9 am – 4 pm until Friday, February 7th.

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