NJCAA unveils new championship logos

Charlotte, NC – The NJCAA has announced new national championship logos to compliment the association branding effective for the upcoming 2019-20 season. The newly defined logos provide a modern and uniform presence for each NJCAA championship sport, division, and gender.

                         

2019-20 NJCAA CHAMPIONSHIP LOGOS

"We are excited to unveil these new NJCAA championship logos that elevate the branding of the association on the national stage," stated NJCAA Chief External Affairs and Development Officer Brian Luckett. "Our championship events across the country will now be represented in a consistent manner to benefit our student-athletes, member colleges and entire association."

Incorporating elements from the NJCAA sport specific logos, the refurbished championship logos maintain the association's color scheme to keep a consistent brand identity throughout all national championship events. As student-athletes from around the nation compete for a coveted NJCAA title, the brand of winning a national championship will be more identifiable than ever before with the concise championship logo designs.

Rickabaugh Graphics was the principal designer assisting the NJCAA staff in the design process. Led by the efforts of owner Eric Rickabaugh, Rickabaugh Graphics' award-winning client portfolio includes the likes of the Big East Conference, Ohio State University, and members of the National Football League (NFL) and the National Basketball Association (NBA).

"Everyone at Rickabaugh Graphics is extremely proud to have been a part of crafting these marks representing the myriad of tremendously exciting NJCAA championship games which showcase the very essence of amateur athletics," stated Eric Rickabaugh.

39 different championship logos will represent 47 national championship events beginning with the 2019-20 year. For a complete list of NJCAA championship events for the upcoming season, visit: 2019-20 NJCAA Championship Central

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