Proudly displaying the AAHA logo in your practice and online is the first step in promoting your accredited member status—but are you using it correctly?

The recently updated AAHA-Accredited Brand Style Guide includes guidelines for proper use of the AAHA logo, including these dos and don’ts:

  • DO download logos from the AAHA Champions Publicity Toolbox.
  • DON’T rotate the logo, or skew or distort its proportions.
  • DO use the correct version of the AAHA logo. Referral and general practices use separate logos.
  • DON’T apply a drop shadow, embossing, or any other effects to the logo.
  • DO use only the logo color options provided (full color, solid white reversed, or solid black).
  • DON’T cover any part of the logo or place over busy backgrounds.
  • DO let your clients and community know that you are proud to be an accredited practice by incorporating the AAHA-accredited logo on your practice scrubs, name badges, business cards, brochures, website, and signage.

Find AAHA logos and more resources to help you promote your accreditation at aaha.org/publicity

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