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UCM releases this year’s electronic OHIO holiday greetings


Back by popular demand, University Communications and Marketing (UCM) has released this year's downloadable holiday greetings available for the University community and OHIO alumni to incorporate Bobcat pride into their seasonal well wishes.

Offering the collection of electronic holiday greetings began last year as a gift from UCM to the University community, explained UCM Executive Director Renea Morris. UCM Graphic Designer Emily Zarack and several student employees in UCM's Creative Services group created the images under the guidance of Art Director Stacey Stewart.

"This year's additions to the electronic greetings include holiday images that reflect OHIO's new branding campaign, 'It's You,'" Morris said. "We're excited to offer Bobcat Nation the opportunity to share these greetings along with the new campaign that we feel captures the essence of the Ohio University experience."

The collection also includes social media images and downloadable desktop wallpaper options. Bobcats can chose from several graphics to dress up their Facebook, Twitter and Google+ accounts with OHIO holiday pride. One of the holiday greetings will be on display on the University's main page through Jan. 2. Ohio University President Roderick J. McDavis and First Lady Deborah McDavis selected a special holiday greeting to send to the University faculty, staff and students.

 For a look at all the available holiday greetings, as well as seasonal images, visit ohio.edu/ucm/greetings and ohio.edu/greetings.


 

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