Can I use the BSA logo?

Can I use the BSA logo?

In general, as BSA volunteers, we can use BSA logos and materials for Scouting purposes. An Eagle Court of Honor certainly qualifies. Typically nothing is reproduced for sale, and nothing of value is given away. The complexities arise when you involve third parties and copyrighted non-BSA materials.

What color is BSA?

It should be placed on all BSA communications, literature, and products. Blue: 100, 58, 0, 21 White must be used. Do not reproduce in a tint or screen. Do not alter the signature in any way, including changing the typeface or colors.

What font does BSA use?

Use Raleway font for headlines and headers (a little goes a long way), or any of the other fonts recommended for use with the BSA’s brand assets (such as Trebuchet MS, Arial Black, Arial Regular, or Times New Roman), Do not use Logger, Plank, Wood Badge or similar “wood-themed” fonts.

Is Eagle Scout copyrighted?

Some items, for instance, the cloth square knot emblems and the Eagle Scout Badge, need no indicia because of their uniqueness and therefore are listed as copyrighted items.

Are Boy Scouts copyrighted?

The Girl Scouts and the Boy Scouts are independent organizations. Each own trademarks registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office that are evocative and unique to the services they offer.

What color are BSA pants?

The field uniform consists of the green Venturing shirt, a Scouting belt, gray Venturing pants or shorts, and gray Venturing socks. The activity uniform includes a Scouting belt, gray Venturing pants or shorts, gray Venturing socks, and a Scouting t-shirt or polo.

How many stars are there in the World Scout flag?

The flag represents all member organizations of the WOSM in a like manner as the United Nations flag represents all member nations of the UN. The two stars on the flag allude to truth and knowledge, the two most important elements found in the creeds, promises and oaths of all member organizations.

What are Cub Scout colors?

The Cub Scout colors are blue and gold. They have special meaning, which will help boys see beyond the fun of Cub Scouting to its ultimate goals. The blue stands for truth and spirituality, steadfast loyalty, and the sky above. The gold stands for warm sunlight, good cheer, and happiness.

Where can I find BSA logos for my program?

The BSA’s Marketing team has created a website of current logos , available for unit leaders and councols to download for free. You’ll find logos for all of the current Scouting programs there, from Cub Scouts to Venturing. You’ll also find logos for Philmont, Northern Tier, the Summit Bechtel Reserve and the Florida Sea Base.

What is the Scouts BSA Tools and resource section?

The Scouts BSA tools and resource section is your one-stop resource to help you serve more Scouts in your area. From recruiting ideas to social media best practices, this section provides resources you need to build, activate, and improve your troop marketing and recruiting strategy. Additional resources are available in the BSA Brand Center.

What is the BSA brand identity guide?

With an updated digital-specific design system, the BSA brand identity guide contains all the tools you need to craft messages and materials that resonate with today’s families while keeping true to the BSA brand. Get started below. We can’t wait to see what you create. Download the BSA brand guidelines.