It doesn’t take long after you start calling your airplane 44-Victor-Foxtrot to become 4-Victor-Fox. If you say Victor Fox a few times, it starts to really sound like someone’s name. If you think about it too long, it starts to sound like a Fox’s name who’s just won something. Thus, the idea for our mascot came to be. It need to have our number on it, and it need to be him clearly winning something, so I thought he should be running a marathon, with shorts in our blue, with a racing bib with the number 44 on it. That’s fairly prescriptive, but we were able to retain a graphics artist (Caldwell Tanner) at a reasonable rate who came up with a great version of our idea to adorn the airplane. He’s a fox with a attitude. If you have need of an artist, we recommend him.
Posted By: Brett FerrellThursday September 10th, 2009 at 10:12 AM
Categories: Paint and Scheme Tags: Caldwell Tanner Mascot Paint Scheme Victor Fox