Frequently Asked Questions
"Put simply, your 'brand' is what your prospect thinks of when he or she hears your brand name. It’s everything the public thinks it knows about your name brand offering—both factual (e.g. It comes in a robin’s-egg-blue box), and emotional (e.g. It’s romantic). Your brand name exists objectively; people can see it. It’s fixed. But your brand exists only in someone’s mind."
Internal audiences (on-campus only): Feel free to create your own posters. Take 25 copies to the student programs office in Van Tassell. Work study or ASWVC students will place the posters around campus within 48 hours.
External audiences (community, k-12 schools, Discover Magazines, etc.): Make sure that you have adequate promotional funds in your department budget. Next, contact your dean or vice president as they will give approval for the public information office to begin your project. Once approved, contact the public information office executive director to get help coordinating your project. You can also fill out the Order Marketing Material form.
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