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Promotional Items

Following the basic logo guidelines will help us maintain a high level of reproduction quality.

The logo should always appear in the approved colors.

The logo should also be legible, and the size should never be smaller than the recommended minimum size.

Always remember when selecting promotional product items such as, lotions, lip balm, sunscreen, food and or any product someone could have an allergy, hypoallergenic or reaction to if applying to the skin or consuming, and the JHM brandmarks/logos should not be applied to the commercial products.

JHM is not currently branding masks with JHM logos or the dome image. Alternative approaches may be used, such as applying a message or phrase (e.g., #JHStrong; JHSurgery; Together, We Stay Safe), or including a JHM-branded card with a personal message with the giveaway. Staff should use approved FDA-regulated facemasks (including cloth face coverings), surgical masks, which are intended for medical purposes and meet FDA criteria. The surgical mask meets the protection standards and Class I or Class II for personal protection.

 Face masks marketed to the general public are not intended for a medical purpose and are not considered medical devices.

We are also not branding hand sanitizers because of concerns associated with products containing high levels of toxins.

The Johns Hopkins logos may not be included on merchandise or materials produced by a third party without approval.

For information about a specific situation, submit a request.