On this page, you will find files and resources to allow you to use the Colorado Springs brand within your own marketing and promotional efforts as long as the Brand Usage Guidelines are strictly followed.
Brand Usage Guidelines
The Brand Usage Guidelines must be adhered to by any organization that wishes to use the brand mark to promote their organization and/or the Colorado Springs region. These are protected marks that can not be altered by the user. If your proposed usage is not covered within these guidelines, please contact someone on the CVB Marketing Staff to discuss your plans before proceeding with design or production. Contact information is at the bottom of this page.
All file formats can be found on the BRAND FTP SITE. When you view the jpg color files on the FTP site, you may see the blue tones as a neon turquoise. But once downloaded and used in context, the true colors will appear. If you have any issues downloading the files you need, please refer to the contact information at the bottom of this page.
The main fonts used in the brand marks are Pragmatica Slabserif and Verlag. Each organization must purchase these fonts if they wish to use them in their communication and marketing materials. Here are links to purchase these fonts (though there are additional sites where these fonts may be purchased). The CVB does not endorse one font vendor over another. Links have been provided for convenience only.
Amy Long has been with the CVB since June of 2006. She oversees advertising, publications, the website, communications, partnership and events. She has a BS in Commerce from the University of Virginia and an MBA from the University of North Carolina. Amy volunteers as Board Chair for Keep Colorado Springs Beautiful and as part of the clean-up crew for Bear Creek Dog Park. Her Aussie, Dodger, is never far from her side, and he is featured in the main article of the 2017 Vacation Planner.
Chelsy is a Colorado Springs native and holds a Communications degree from UCCS. She joined the CVB in 2008 and directs all activities of the Communications department, including PR, advocacy, media relations, crisis communications, travel writer trips, social media and photo/video asset management. She enjoys fashion, traveling and her two labs, Gunner and Champ.
Melissa, a Colorado Springs native, signed on with the CVB in 2015. She oversees the website development, content and performance and manages the various publications such as the Official Visitor Guide, Dining & Shopping Guide, Annual Report and Marketing Plan. She is a skilled graphic designer for both print and digital projects. Her dachshunds, Darla and Wilbur, are adorable and they know it.
Denise began her CVB career as Partnership Coordinator in 2012 and transitioned to the position of Marketing Coordinator for several years. In 2017, she returned to the position of Partnership Coordinator. She assists Partners with keeping their information current on the CVB website and in CVB publications. She also assists with Account Reviews, Partner Communications and CVB events. Denise is an accomplished photographer, having been published and won several awards.