MCS agency creates new logo for the Newmarket Retailers’ Association
MCS, the Bury St Edmunds-based creative marketing agency, has created a new logo for the Newmarket Retailers’ Association to help it continue to promote the interests of retailers in Newmarket town centre.
MCS, the East Anglian agency based in Bury St Edmunds, has created the new logo as the Newmarket Retailers’ Association (NRA) seeks to build its presence and influence since its creation over three years ago. The new logo retains the ‘shopping bag’ concept of the previous one but adds colour and modernity for greater impact, and has been created in three formats to provide flexibility in its use.
Diane Robertshaw, Chairman of the NRA, said, “We very much like the new logo which will create greater impact with our members and our customers in the town. We exist to promote the interests of retailers on the High Street and in The Guineas centre. With the publication of the Prince’s Foundation report on the future of the town, and the exciting tourist developments of Palace House stables and the Bill Tutte Memorial on the High Street, this is an opportune moment for the NRA to raise its profile and speak up for our members – the new logo helps us do that.”
MCS’ Creative Business Partner, Lloyd Hancock, said: “We’ve been working with the NRA for several months and this is the first example of our work. Like any UK town, the High Street has been suffering due to a number of causes and it is heartening that things seem to be ‘on the up’. We’re proud to be involved in helping the Newmarket retailers.”