East Brunswick mayor seeks marketing volunteers for township logo

EAST BRUNSWICK – Mayor Brad Cohen is seeking volunteers with experience in advertising/marketing to develop a brand, message and logo for the Township of East Brunswick.

“I am looking for volunteers with training and experience in the advertising/marketing field to help us develop a brand, message and logo that captures the essence of what it means to be a proud resident of East Brunswick,” Cohen said. “This group will help the township select and work with marketing professionals that will be needed for this project. The second request is for volunteers to help the year-old Beautification Committee.”

Cohen said the subcommittee responsible for roadways is seeking help from residents willing to get their hands dirty. Volunteers will be planting flowers near the welcome signs at township borders and helping with cleanup projects on roads and in parks. In addition, the township will be taking control of county medians on Cranbury Road, Summerhill Road and Ryders Lane.

The same volunteers will be designing landscape segments that can be sold to merchants in a format similar to Adopt-a-Highway programs done elsewhere.

Anyone interested can call the mayor’s office at 732-390-6810 or email  mayor@eastbrunswick.org.