Sussex County Sheriff Michael Strada recently asked graphic design students at Sussex Technical School to develop a new and modern logo for his department’s Polaris all-terrain rescue vehicle.
Working closely with the graphic design teacher, Steven Styles, the class designed and submitted multiple entries for Strada’s review.
Gabrielle Singer, a graduating senior from the Sussex Technical School, designed the winning submission.
“This was a project that I felt was important to the local students as they were able to see their hard work used in a real life application,” said Strada.
The Polaris Utility Task Vehicle will be used by the Sussex County Sheriff’s office for rescues in difficult-to-access places.
Strada had the logo applied just in time for the class to see the finished product.
“I want to thank the students and Mr. Styles for working together with myself and the Sussex County Sheriff’s Office to create such a great logo,” Strada said.