Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Regina Pats Tweak Logo

The Regina Pats Hockey Club is pleased to announce an update to its familiar logo. The clean new face of the franchise stays true to the Pats tradition, honouring the long, rich heritage of junior hockey in the Queen City.

“With all of the energy and investment being poured into the Pats brand, it was clear our identity deserved a minor re-work to improve its impact, design quality and legibility across a broad range of applications,” says Regina Pats President Todd Lumbard. The updated logo respects the immense value of the existing brand and repackages all of the elements Pats fans know and love in an energetic new visual.

This upgrade is just one of many still to come for a resurgent new Pats brand and signals a heightened level of pride, professionalism and a relentless commitment to winning working its way into every corner of the organization, sparked by the new ownership group. “This is not about a quick fix; we are making changes we believe will create long-term stability and success for this franchise and deliver outstanding value for our fans. We’re in this for the long haul,” comments Regina Pats Governor Anthony Marquart.

The updated design will begin to appear immediately in promotional items, advertising, signage, etc., with ongoing upgrades throughout the upcoming season and will culminate in all-new uniforms, set to appear at the start of the 2015 season.


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Anonymous said...

Did the Habs ever change their logo? NO! Did the Leafs ever change their logo? NO!

Why the hell would you want to tweak something that is iconic! Epic fail!

Anonymous said...

I'm with Anon 1. I really don't understand this move having to be made.


Anonymous said...

The change really isn't that radical. It modernizes the logo somewhat. I'm OK with it.


Anonymous said...

How about promoting the fact the season is here instead of telling us you have changed the look of the logo?

This team needs some marketing guys who know what they are doing and Clifford M. Mapes is not the answer!

Anonymous said...

Less droopy and more erect. Pats logo on viagra. I like it.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm? This very dark inlay on the logo, could this this be a Indicator into a future of a black 3rd jersey (always about the money) to follow while destroying the time honoured traditional colors of the Regina Pats?