Will You Help Us Choose a Mascot for Dublin Inquirer?

What should Dublin Inquirer’s mascot be?

The Bristol Cable has an intertwined cable as its logo. The Ferret in Scotland has, well, the head of a ferret. The City in New York has a pigeon.

We think it’d be fun to have our own, and we’d love to hear your ideas on what it could be.

An animal, vegetable or mineral. A manhole cover, a fox, a seagull, or an ornate lamp post. Whatever you think encapsulates the city and the newspaper’s values.

We’ll pick three of your suggestions to put out to a public vote, before making it official.

If you want to let us know your idea and why you chose it, just fill in the form below. Or, you can email [email protected] before 14 February.

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Lois Kapila: Lois Kapila is Dublin Inquirer's editor and general assignment reporter. She covers housing and land, too. Want to share a comment or a tip? You can reach her at [email protected]

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