Wranglers unveil new NAHL logo
New concept brings back symbols from original design from the 60′s and 70′s
AMARILLO, Texas (KFDA) - The Amarillo Wranglers revealed their new logo today, and fans will be pleased to see some of the old trademarks coming back to life. Wranglers President Austin Sutter said the goal was to give the logo an Amarillo vibe that was tough and simple.
The designer, recommended by several NFL owners, used the original Wranglers font, tied in the long horns and cowboy hat. The new logo features a long red beard, barbed wire on the horn and the Texas flag.
”The people in Amarillo are very red, white and blue and I’ve learned that since I moved here. They’re blue collar, they’re hardworking people and this is what represents them, so we’re proud of that,” said Sutter. “We tried to look at the original color which is a lot similar to the Sod Poodles, and we really liked some of those but we decided to change it and keep it simple.”
The Wranglers plan on announcing their new head coach in the next couple of weeks. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.
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