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Manufacture Alabama releases redesigned logo as part of modernization brand identity

Manufacture Alabama logo.

Manufacture Alabama revealed a new logo, marking the first change to its visual identity in 18 years. The logo is the second addition in Manufacture Alabama’s new brand identity following the release of a new website in March.

These changes come at a time when Manufacture Alabama is evolving to fit the needs of its current members and expanding on the industry sectors it serves.

“Our association has grown significantly over the past year and we are optimistic about the future as the manufacturers in the state of Alabama continue to thrive,” said George Clark, President of Manufacture Alabama. “This step in our brand evolution represents the start of a new era at Manufacture Alabama.”

In the past year, Manufacture Alabama has offered its members more services than ever before, evolving with the new normal along the way. From weekly Zoom calls with members, monthly webinars that share best practices, quarterly committee meetings and a virtual annual conference set for September 30 and October 1, Manufacture Alabama is on the forefront of associations that are adapting to the times.

“Manufacture Alabama is truly a member-focused brand,” said Jon Barganier, newly appointed Chief Operating Officer. “We come to work every day with the mission of finding innovative ways to support our members and partners.”

The new logo will be incorporated into all Manufacture Alabama packaging, signage, and marketing materials in the coming weeks.

Manufacture Alabama is the only trade association in the state dedicated exclusively to the competitive, legislative, regulatory and operational interests and needs of manufacturers and their partner industries and businesses.

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MA represents hundreds of companies – from the most recognized international corporations to small, family-owned operations – that share common interests and face similar competitive challenges. Each one is a vital component of Alabama’s economy and job base.

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