Section NE-1 has developed a branding guide to assist lodges & individuals within the section with integrating the Section NE-1 brand into their communication material.
Operation Arrow continues the Order of the Arrow's rich legacy of providing cheerful service in support of the 2017 National Scout Jamboree at the Summit Bechtel Reserve. Over 750 youth Arrowmen will serve as part of the Trek Guides, Service Corps and Indian Village.
A branding guide has been developed to help chapters, lodges and sections incorporate the Order of the Arrow brand into their communication materials. We are excited to share this new resource and take one more step toward better and more unified OA communications. Please take a moment to download and view the branding guide, as well as the corresponding logo assets.
The guide gives direction for utilizing key OA logo images: the signature, the trademark, the seal and the tagline. The guide also provides guidance on color and font usage, as well as information about embroidery pieces, print materials, and other branded items.
The new branding guide also contains...
Eight Arrowmen from each lodge will illuminate their OA experience this summer at the Summit Bechtel Reserve.
The original ceremony grounds have been moved and recreated in their entirety at a new Summit Circle. Eight Arrowmen from your lodge will travel to the SBR for a four day adventure that culminates on the same grounds where the Order was founded. Your lodge will receive its eight tickets the second week of January, along with the session dates.
Once lodges have had a chance to submit the names of their attendees, a drawing for both youth and adults will open simultaneously for any of the unclaimed $180 tickets.
Do not miss this timeless opportunity to reflect on the very foundation of the Order. Witness the entire spectrum of your OA experience this summer; join us at Prism.
This article was originally published on the Order of the Arrow's national website. To see the article in it's original form please click here.