A contest to "brand" downtown LaFayette, Ga., generated a slew of slogans — but only two logos.

Forty-four slogans were submitted in the Downtown Development Authority's branding contest that offers a first prize of $50 -- plus bragging rights for seeing the idea used on signs, banners and shirts.

"We want words, but we want an image, also," authority board member Sharon Cunningham said. "We need maybe to solicit a few [logos]."

She had hoped high school art class students would have submitted more logos, but she said it's a busy time of year because of graduation.

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