Advertising Resources for Your Congregation
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) has marketing and advertising materials available in electronic files free-of-charge. With these files those with a graphics design background either at a newspaper or local printing company will be able to produce great quality graphics with the EPS files. If you would like to view EPS files, you will need to have an EPS viewer. Several free programs are available to download from the internet. The UUA offers these materials to any congregation which wishes to use them without qualifiers or release forms; however, we are unable to provide technical or marketing support for them either.
Use the UUA's Designs, Free-of-charge, for Your Congregation's Marketing Program
Please refer to our information on buying media when considering advertising for television, radio, outdoor (billboards, banners, bumper stickers, etc.), print ads, internet, direct mail, niche marketing (various alternative ideas), or web sites. Examples are given in addition to a discussion of important considerations in using these various media. Congregations' cost for these materials will be only those charged by the media outlets contracted with. The UUA makes no charge for the use of the designs and ads.
The "tag line" for the UUA's national marketing campaign, held in 2008 and 2009, is "Nurture Your Spirit. Help Heal Our World." Graphics for this are available for production of items in various media such as outdoor banners, t-shirts, bumper stickers, and print ads.
For more information contact growthresources @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Tuesday, February 5, 2013.
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