TDC Continues Branding Work for 2020 Osteopathic Association Conference

AACOM re-enlists The Design Channel for annual event

Washington, DC, March 5, 2019—David Franek, president and chief creative officer of TDC, announced today that The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) has continued its partnership with TDC in developing branding and marketing materials for its 2020 “Educating Leaders” national conference.

“We’re always pleased to continue our involvement in developing materials for AACOM’s annual conference,” Franek said. “It’s can’t-miss event for all osteopathic medicine colleges across the country and their associated communities—including faculty, administrators, and students. We’re proud that AACOM continues to look to us to for brand assets that help the event put its best foot forward among its most important audiences.”

In 2013, TDC established a sub-brand identity for the annual conference going forward. For the 2020 event, we designed a new look and feel based on the theme of “Advocating Wellness/Advancing Education.” This new look and feel will be incorporated in registration materials, print and online promotions, an exhibitor/sponsor prospectus, email templates, web banners, mobile app graphics, program guide, on-site signage, and other collateral materials.

AACOM is a Bethesda, Maryland-based non-profit organization that supports colleges of osteopathic medicine across the U.S. and serves as a unifying voice for osteopathic medical education. The association advocates at the federal government level and also provides centralized services to its members. These services include data collection and analysis, and operation of the online application service (AACOMAS) for prospective students applying to osteopathic medical schools.

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