Due to overwhelming public support and demand, GoPetition.com has opened a fresh petition campaign to "Change The London 2012 Logo" that includes the signature count from the original London Logo campaign at GoPetition.com.
The signature count of this extended campaign represents the original count of 48,614 signatures from the original London Logo petition plus additional signatures by concerned citizens. The total combined signatures will be presented to the London Olympic Committee.
Note: This petition should not be confused with the original and extremely successful campaign that was closed on 6 June 2007 and can be accessed at http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/change-the-london-2012-logo.html
On the 4th of June 2007 the London Olympic Committee in the UK released the logo that will represent London in the 2012 Olympics.
The logo has proven controversial and this petition outlines the view that the logo is overpriced and looks awful.
Several other petitions have been created, totaling over 45,000 signatures. This petition seeks to consolidate the support offered by a cross-section of petitions found on the GoPetition.com website.
We are therefore appealing to the public who have strong feelings about this issue, or have been frustrated by the closed campaign, to voice their concern on this petition.
The logo is poorly designed at an unacceptable expense.
We therefore ask that the logo be withdrawn and replaced with a more appropriate logo.