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New city, CVB logos tie into existing motif
Ogeechee's Seven-Mile Bend in background of art
CVB RichmondHill Logo FINAL CMYK

The Richmond Hill Convention & Visitors Bureau and Fort McAllister recently unveiled new logos that complement the city’s new logo.
The designs are all modeled after the Ogeechee River’s Seven-Mile Bend, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
“The Richmond Hill History Museum, the Coastal Bryan Heritage Trail, the city and now the CVB and Fort McAllister all have the historic Seven-Mile Bend incorporated into their logos, which should really help with the branding of our community,” CVB Executive Director Christy Sherman said. “We plan to have fun with it.”
The logos are part of a CVB marketing campaign, “Discover what’s just around the Bend,” that promotes Richmond Hill’s natural and historic assets, along with shopping, dining and events.

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