A Competitions Company Geared for Success

3hrill Competitions

The Challenge: Create a Sleek Brand Name that Revs the Fan Base

Car Competitions are a popular pastime in the UK. To play, all you have to do is answer a question, purchase entry tickets, and then watch the drawing to see if you have won your dream car! While the concept is simple enough, building a brand around this premise requires full throttle creativity.

The "Ah-ha" Moment: A Name That Works from Start to Finish

The discovery process focused the competitive landscape, finding available whitespace, room for a new brand to gain traction and shift gears if needed. Most of the competitors' names were descriptive in nature, so we saw an opportunity for a name that captured why people enter car competitions.

The answer was a heartbeat away.

Fans enter for the rush, for that oh-so-tingly-feeling of upgrading their ride through the simple purchase of a single ticket. Thus, 3hrill was born. The name not only captures the essence of why people enter car competitions, but also conveys the three facets of the brand - Play. Win. Drive. We were also able to secure the matching.com to boot. From the tagline, “The Drive to Win”, to the lead slogan, “Let Your Heart Race”, the supporting messaging and lexicon found a balance between high octane and pure possibility.

Revisiting the whitespace exercise, we developed a compelling color palette that would stand out from the competition. The logo further highlighted the racing theme by hinting at a gearbox and capturing a sense of speed and forward momentum. From start to finish, 3hrill translated the consumers’ why into a clear, concise, compelling, and consistent what – the love of the game.

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"We were most impressed with [Tungsten’s] astounding ability to form a connection with us. They gave us a good working experience by handling every task with confidence and leading us to success."

Leon Gray
Founder & CEO

Scope of Work

Company Name Development

Tagline Development

Logo Design

Visual Identity Development

Brand Style Guidelines

Domain Name Acquisition

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