Visit Eau Claire reveals new logo


Eau Claire (WQOW) – Visit Eau Claire has re-branded. The logo is now a square with multi-colored letters reading “Visit Eau Claire.”

Executive Director Linda John said the new look is the essence of the community – playful with an independent spirit, a positive attitude and artful.

The Visit Eau Claire offices will now be housed in the new Pablo Center. The new center will hold live music, demonstrations, workshops, autograph signings and more.

There will also be a visitor center with digital displays featuring social media feed video.

“So we take a lot of pride being able to be that first face,” John said. “What we want this to be is really a microcosm of our city. So, the food, the art, the retail shops, locally made products that they can experience here, just enough to where they want to go out and get a little bit more.”

Visit Eau Claire’s grand opening at the Pablo Center is October 26.

Lindsey Ford

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