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1600 South College St.
Mountain Home, AR 72653

Logos and Branding

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Logos and Branding

Media and vendors should obtain approval before posting any ASUMH logo. Please email or drop off items for approval to:

 

Arkansas State University - Mountain Home
Christy Keirn
Director of Communications & Institutional Advancement
The Sheid, C109
1600 South College Street
Mountain Home, AR 72653
ckeirn@asumh.edu
(870) 508-6109

 

All logos are in PNG or JPEG format, and will open in a new window. Right click on the logo and select "Save Picture As" to save the image to your computer.

 

BRAND USAGE DOCUMENT

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TWO-COLOR HORIZONTAL

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BLACK HORIZONTAL

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TWO-COLOR VERTICAL

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BLACK VERTICAL

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TWO-COLOR ICON

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BLACK ICON

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VADA SHEID COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CENTER LOGO

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TRAILBLAZER MASCOT

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ONE-COLOR TRAILBLAZER MASCOT

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FOOD PANTRY

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Please do not modify ASUMH's logos in any way. Brand Usage Guidelines are available through the Office of Communications and Institutional Advancement and online here.


These guidelines must be followed when using ASUMH's logos. Guidelines have been created to assist you in properly "branding" Arkansas State University-Mountain Home. The document provides an overview of the elements that make up the brand usage system and presents guidelines for working with them. By following these guidelines, you are helping to create a strong, consistent, and identifiable "brand" for Arkansas State University-Mountain Home.

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Please do not modify ASUMH's logos in any way. Brand Usage Guidelines are available through the Office of Communications and Institutional Advancement and online here.


These guidelines must be followed when using ASUMH's logos. Guidelines have been created to assist you in properly "branding" Arkansas State University-Mountain Home. The document provides an overview of the elements that make up the brand usage system and presents guidelines for working with them. By following these guidelines, you are helping to create a strong, consistent, and identifiable "brand" for Arkansas State University-Mountain Home.

Office of Communications and Institutional Advancement
(870) 508-6109

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Office of Communications and Institutional Advancement
(870) 508-6109

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