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What vendors to use depends of type of payment:
Using local funds (non-university accounts):
- For promotional and printing of county letterhead/envelopes: Local printers need approval from Fermata and get an “internal” license (for a fee) before they can legally print a UK logo and sell to UK departments and counties. The fee they pay allows them to print the UK logo for NON-RETAIL purposes, so no one can sell an item for profit. Only exception to the local fund payment is when “Official UK stationery" is needed for county letterhead that is printed on the watermarked white bond paper. This letterhead must be ordered through the UK approved stationery vendors. To see the design choices, visit the UK Graphics standards, pages 21-27
- For county outdoor sign: The sign contractor needs approval from Fermata and get an “internal” license (for a fee) before they can legally print a UK logo and sell to UK departments and counties. The fee they pay allows them to print the UK logo. The way you pay allows for local bidding for best price.
Using university accounts:
- For anything printed on paper (exception is the templates for the county letterhead/envelopes) or ordered for production like outdoor signs MUST go through the UK approved Vendors. See the current list of licensees on UK Purchasing’s website, https://www.uky.edu/Purchasing/docs/licensee_list.pdf
Approval process when using the new logos:
Flyers, brochures, posters for print using the new "Interlocking UK" logo:
Send the final design for approval before printing to email@example.com.
If you are using an official template, you do not need to send for approval.
Outdoor County Signs:
Send the final design for approval before ordering to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the logo template and guide.
If you are using local funding, you can get bids by local vendors or through UK vendors.
Promotional Items: UK Public Relation MUST approve all designs.
Send the design to email@example.com.
They will work with you to get the design approved.
UKPR will determine the status of where counties can get the items ordered.
If you are using local funding, and not a university account, you might be able to use a local vendor.
Use the promotional items guide to see possibilities.
Do not send design to firstname.lastname@example.org. ONLY send to email@example.com
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