VPPPA to Unveil New Logo at Safety+ Symposium

Taking the logo in a new and fresh direction coincides with the Association’s 35th birthday.

Falls Church, Va. – The Voluntary Protection Programs Participants’ Association (VPPPA) is excited to announce they have developed a new logo for the Association. This is the first refresh of the logo since its inception. Taking the logo in a new and fresh direction coincides with the Association’s 35th birthday.

“The rebranding of our logo is a joint effort between our National and ten Regional Board of Directors, our National Staff, and membership,” said J.A. Rodriguez Jr., Chairman of the Board at VPPPA. “Our new logo represents a major step in our forward-thinking mindset and commitment to drive innovation, deliver value, grow strategic partnerships, enhance global presence and be the ultimate resource for safety management system excellence.”

Rodriguez went on to say, “Our membership has spoken, and we have listened. We are thrilled to demonstrate that we are evolving as we take aim at the next 35 years.”

The new logo will be unveiled at VPPPA’s annual Safety+ Symposium in New Orleans, Louisiana, this August 27-30. Safety+ will be held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.

This year’s symposium is completely redesigned with a new look, a new feel and an enhanced attendee experience. There are more than 100 educational workshops offering industry CEUs, over 250 exhibiting companies, many networking opportunities with the best professionals in the industry, and a multitude of new offerings never seen before at Safety+. For information on the Safety+ Symposium, please visit www.vpppa.org/symposium.

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