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New Year: New Brand for the Kindergarten Ass'n

Media Release
14 February 2006

New Year: New Brand for the Auckland Kindergarten Association

After ten years with the previous logo, the Auckland Kindergarten Association (AKA) has developed a fresh new look and the New Year has seen the launch of the new brand.

The new logo and brand have been developed to better reflect the professionalism, cultural diversity and nature of the Association.

AKA General Manager, Tanya Harvey says “It is important to clearly communicate who we are as an Association, and the new brand will help us to focus on one of our core strengths; providing leadership in education”.

The rollout of the new brand is underway and with 107 kindergartens across the greater Auckland region, many communities will notice the new look signage being installed in the upcoming months.

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