The New England Patriots will be celebrating their 50th season in 2009, and the team’s already preparing for another exciting season. Today, the team unveiled an anniversary logo that will be used throughout the year to brand all the team’s anniversary activities, publications, and press announcements in 2009. The anniversary logo will be utilized throughout the year on the Patriots’ many media platforms and will commemorateeach of the season tickets issued in 2009.
The red, white and blue logo contains the text “New England Patriots” and “50 seasons.” It features both the original “Pat Patriot” logo as well as the “stylized minuteman” trademark that was introduced in 1993. The words “50 seasons” and the “Pat Patriot” logo are centered and rest atop the Patriots current logo. Six stars in the design represent the six New England states.
From a fans perspective I love the new look. It’s a nice change for once. And it doesn’t take time to grow on you, unlike when the team changed from the old “Pat Patriot” logo to their current “Elvis stamp” look. My only thought would be to incorporate it on the uniforms for next season. So Patriot fans what do you think of the new look? Let myself, and the team know your thoughts and or comments on this.