Maintaining a clear, consistent brand.

The GMBSC logo is the cornerstone of the convention. Like the cross lifted by clouds at the center, the correct use of logo lifts the convention's identity.  Every time you use the brand, you benefit from its strength as well as contribute to it - making it more recognizable, memorable, and valuable.

This toolkit provides all assets needed for maintaining a visual consistency of the GMBSC brand.  Here, you will find downloadable logos, guidelines for fonts, colors and more elements that define the GMBSC brand.

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Logo Guidelines

The GMBSC logo should retain its symmetric shape at all times. The logo shall not be skewed, distorted, or altered.

There are two logo variations that cover all possible applications.  One is a simple version for printed material. The other is a more embellished version for online usage.

Our Logo

How To Use

The GMBSC logo should retain its symmetric shape at all times. The logo shall not be skewed, distorted, or angled.

There are two logo variations that cover all possible applications.  One is a simple version for printed material. The other is a more embellished version for online usage.

Our Logo

Do's and Dont's

The GMBSC logo should retain its symmetric shape at all times. The logo shall not be skewed, distorted, or angled.

There are two logo variations that cover all possible applications.  One is a simple version for printed material. The other is a more embellished version for online usage.

Our Logo

Color Guidelines

The GMBSC logo should retain its symmetric shape at all times. The logo shall not be skewed, distorted, or angled.

There are two logo variations that cover all possible applications.  One is a simple version for printed material. The other is a more embellished version for online usage.

 

Do's and Don'ts

The GMBSC logo should retain its symmetric shape at all times. The logo shall not be skewed, distorted, or angled.

There are two logo variations that cover all possible applications.  One is a simple version for printed material. The other is a more embellished version for online usage.