PNNA Logo – History
“Seagull” logo – first used in 1962. See memorabilia catalog page.
Northwest map logo – first used in 1974. See memorabilia catalog page.
75th Anniversary logo – introduced in fall of 2014.
75th Anniversary logo – for use on medal reverse only. See memorabilia catalog page.
New logo – approved and first used in 2016, based on 75th anniv. medal obverse. See memorabilia catalog page.
New logo – color version, approved 2016 and 2017 (with slight revisions).
New logo – vivid color version, approved 2017.
Use of the PNNA Logo in Business
On 22 April 2000 the board authorized members to use the PNNA logo on business cards and letterheads, provided that the member agrees to adhere to the ANA code of ethics. (Website usage in a manner similar to a business card is also allowed.)
Members wishing to use the logo should contact the PNNA secretary to apply for permission and artwork. See the PNNA officers/board page for the current secretary’s contact information.
Please use only a current version of the PNNA logo (black and white or color) on any new document, website, business card, etc.
No permission is required to use such simple statements as “PNNA #1004” or “member PNNA.”
If you are not yet a PNNA member, see the membership information page.