Attention graphic artists: Help the Sacramento Kings by creating a cowbell logo

Apr 17, 2013; Sacramento, CA, USA; Sacramento Kings fans hold up a sign during the game against the Los Angeles Clippers at the Sleep Train Arena. The Los Angeles Clippers defeated the Sacramento Kings 112-108. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

The new Sacramento Kings ownership is built around the fan and their experience, something we’ve long desired.

With the added emphasis on fans and their contributions, the Kings, with help from part owner Andy Miller are asking you to create a unique and special cowbell design which will play a important and distinct role at future home games.

Per Andy:

Attention #KingsAllDay artists! Two part text: looking for submissions of amazing, fierce, cool graphic of Kings cowbell. Selected design..

… will have a starring role in future Kings home games. Email me Amiller @ leapmotion.com. All submissions become Kings property.

Let’s see those cowbell designs King fans. Spread the word! #KingsAllDay#thisisgonnabefun

Make sure to drop Andy a note if you have something worthwhile!

Topics: Sacramento Kings

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  • Mad Dam

    Do we really want to be represented by our answer to a degrading comment by Phil Jackson’s bush and unsportsmanlike degradation of Sacramento being a “Cowtown” which we are not. This gives his characterization of Sacramento more credibility that I totally do not support. Lets change this culture for the good and not mire in Jackson’s belittling because he felt challenged by a better team. He showed no class!! I’ve never liked him since. And I don’t want to be reminded of him. He’s the worst thing about sports. Dirty ball when you can’t win by talent alone.

    Don’t get wrong. I loved the fans response to Jackson comment. And if he ever coaches and comes here again, I’d be the first to be standing out side the area handing out as many cowbells as I could afford. I just don’t believe we need an iconic symbol to memorialize it or him.