Thanks to the ingenuity and skill of Stockton University students, the New Jersey Cannabis Trade Association (NJCTA) has a new logo.
The new logo design was unveiled at Stockton University’s Cannabis Career Fair & Business Expo, with representatives from NJCTA kicking off the event by recognizing senior year students Sarahann Schreiber of Estell Manor and Lord’Kala Dawson of Trenton for their vision and creativity. NJCTA presented each student with checks for winning the association’s new logo contest, which was held with the support of the university.
“All designs submitted by the students at Stockton University were impressive, but we gravitated toward the designs submitted by Sarahann and Lord’Kala and decided to combine their looks into one, unique design,” explained Bryan Murray, vice president, NJCTA, and executive vice president of government relations, Acreage Holdings.
“The NJCTA is proud to use a logo that was conceptualized by the creative minds of Stockton University students. Their work demonstrates how the cannabis industry continues to create professional opportunities for New Jersey,” Murray added.