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New Hononegah High School Mascot Ideas Presented to Rockton and Roscoe Communities by Rockford Area Branding Agencies

“RoctenRasco Ponies,” One of three proposed ideas for the Villages of Roscoe and Rockton to consider when choosing how to rebrand Hononegah High School. Created by Gardine Bahtoms, Leia Handerson, Jason Gramcracker, and Pam Chartwall—the powerhouse crew of advertising and marketing firm executives from the Rockford region.

Controversies surrounding the petitioning launched by the student body at Hononegah High School to request a mascot rebranding heated up on Facebook and wherever else that white people from Northern Illinois go to online to share their racist opinions.

A war broke out between many tribes of Winnebago County citizens who gathered on Facebook to voice their opinions about the petition regarding a new mascot request. The current mascot of Hononegah High School, the “Indians,” couldn’t be reached on Facebook for comment. No one knows if they’re offended or not.

RKFDnews stepped in to mediate the rising divide. Our multicultural staff gathered together the most overpriced, egofueled, narcissistic, delusional, and greedy branding agencies from the Northern Illinois’s advertising and marketing industry to put an end to this insanity.

Drunk owners and account executives gathered at the Lone Star tavern to eat steaks, and then called their most talented and underpaid creative directors to round up their designers and stay up all night drafting new branding ideas. We now proudly present that work and ask that Rockton and Roscoe Facebook citizens begin sharing and critiquing privately amongst themselves on the Facebook in a public post we can moderate and troll.

Review below and feel free to leave us a comment telling us your favorite new logo.

NOTE: Every design is available for the rebranding consideration of Hononegah High School. Rockford area ad firm mobsters decided to collectively average out their regular business rates to present a discounted charitable rate veiled as a donation on their IRS filings in exchange for a lump sum of cold cash. Licensing and permission for reproduction of each design starts at the affordable cost of $15,799.00. Additional fees ranging in the amounts of 25 to 35% more are applied for mass media reproduction initiatives.

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