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Good afternoon all

 

Those of you that are members of the Arb Association will no doubt have received an email informing you of the Logo change that will happen in December.

 

I was wondering what peoples thoughts were about this change?

 

We have roughly 25 vehicles in our fleet all wearing the Arb Association logo and now have the daunting prospect of replacing it on all of them. The costs will be phenomenal. I fell bad for the fleets that are bigger than ours!

 

It seems that the members had little or no input into the changes.

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Undoubtedly there will be good reason for the change.

I can't imagine too many customers being miffed if you have an out of date logo, surely.

 

Why not change the logos as you upgrade the vehicles?

 

Having 25 vehicles to change is a quite a nice problem to have.

 

I hope you didn't expect too much sympathy...

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Good afternoon all

 

Those of you that are members of the Arb Association will no doubt have received an email informing you of the Logo change that will happen in December.

 

I was wondering what peoples thoughts were about this change?

 

We have roughly 25 vehicles in our fleet all wearing the Arb Association logo and now have the daunting prospect of replacing it on all of them. The costs will be phenomenal. I fell bad for the fleets that are bigger than ours!

 

It seems that the members had little or no input into the changes.

 

Hi there, I understand your frustrations here but its the first change in probably 30 years, or more, n long overdue some would say to both update n refresh the logo.

 

Members who are on the AA various committees, including 'Media and Communications,' which is open to all did have an input, or at least the opportunity to do so.

 

Once finalised, there will be a reasonable time period / lapse to phase in use of the new logo n appreciate there's never a good time to do something like this but we wanted to give people the 'heads up' in case they had it in mind to do some changes in the near future.

 

Sorry again but at least you've got the opportunity to start planning the phase in perhaps :confused1:

 

Cheers..

Paul

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I wrote a post say that I thought it was you demonstrating on a AAAC workshop, but thought better of it before submitting.:biggrin:

 

hahaha, yeah, probably better to get approved first Gary :lol:

 

cheers, n hope yer well.

 

Paul

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I've seen the vans, they are the yellow ones with AA on the side aren't they ? On the picture above you left the pegs too long, the ladder will snag on them ;)

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