You’ve all seen it by now, and by most accounts, you’re not thrilled with the Rams’ new logo.
Here it is one more time if you haven’t processed it yet:
In the 30 hours since it’s been released, the logo has not been received well. One Rams’ fan is so fed up that he has organized a petition demanding the team to change it, with a goal to get 5,000 signatures. As of this writing, the fan, Robert Silva, is closing in on that golden number.
Read his argument below:
“The Logo they have represented to us is no way near our expectations, could have done much better.. we want our old logo back. To a lot of us, it reminds us of the Chargers. Waiting 3 years for this and it feels like a big slap in the face to us die hard Loyal Rams fans, very disappointing, we want our old logo back.”
It’s not a surprise. We earlier ran a poll, asking fans what they think of the logo, and it didn’t go well for the Rams.
Will Silva’s plea to Rams’ honcho Kevin Demoff work? It’s questionable, but we all have a voice and Rams fans are letting their feelings be known.
Whether you like the logo or not, we can all agree on a much more important topic. The Rams are doing a great job in the effort to help in the coronavirus crisis.
This is incredible progress!!— United Way of L.A. (@LAUnitedWay) March 25, 2020
Let’s keep it up
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Good or bad logo, kudos Rams.