September 14, 2012 — Caleb Durenberger was announced recently as the winner of the Chiropractic Summit’s logo contest.
Chiropractic students across the country were asked to design the official logo of the Summit, and the winner would earn a $1,000 scholarship sponsored by Chiropractic Health USA.
“ChiroHealthUSA is pleased to award a $1,000 Scholarship to Caleb Durenberger of Northwestern Health Sciences University for submitting the winning logo design for The Chiropractic Summit,” said Dr. R. A. Foxworth, president of ChiroHealthUSA. “This award and our ongoing donations to state associations, the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, and the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations is made possible by our network of over 1300 doctors nationwide.”
Durenberger’s winning design was selected among dozens of applicants and is a unique representation of the Chiropractic Summit.
“I’m very proud of all of the chiropractic students who participated in our logo competition,” said Mark Sanna, member of the Chiropractic Summit. “The Summit works to achieve a sound future on behalf of the entire chiropractic profession and especially for our students.”
Lewis Bazakos, chairman of the Summit also added: “The Chiropractic Summit holds great promise for the future of our profession, we are proud of the new logo, and we know our students will continue to be engaged for they are tomorrows leaders.”
The summit would like to offer their thanks to Dr. Stephanie Johnson, the former SACA chair for organizing the competition.
Source: Chiropractic Summit, chirosummit.org