Each NCSF event host receives a kit of promotional materials, including a handbook filled with promotional ideas. In addition, on this page you’ll find links to downloadable promotional materials that you can customize for your official North Carolina Science Festival event.
Promotional materials for 2017 will be added to this page as they become available.
FESTIVAL LOGOS AND ART
To download a logo image, either right-click (PC) or control-click (Mac) on the image to get a contextual menu with options for saving. To resize the image you’ve downloaded, press the shift key while you drag a corner of the image — this will keep the dimensions proportionate.
Kelvin, the NC Science Festival spokesbot
Kelvin is one of the Festival’s more recognizable icons and should be treated as a logo, without any modifications. If you want to edit Kelvin in any way beyond resizing him, please contact the Festival’s media office at email@example.com to request permission in advance.
EVENT NEWS RELEASE
Build your own news release for your event! Use this Word document as a model and replace the keywords in the brackets with the correct information for your event. Send it to your local news organizations at least two weeks before your event.
KELVIN, THE FESTIVAL SPOKESBOT
As an event host, you’ll receive your very own Kelvin, the official mascot of the North Carolina Science Festival. Kelvin is ready to help you promote your event!
FESTIVAL “BOILERPLATE” LANGUAGE
You can add this “boilerplate” text to the end of any news release about North Carolina Science Festival events, or use it any time you need a quick, easy-to-understand description of the Festival.
FESTIVAL EVENT HOST POSTER TEMPLATES
Build your own posters for your event! Use these Word documents or JPEG files as templates and add your own event information.
EVENT HOST GUIDE
FESTIVAL POWERPOINT PRE-EVENT SLIDES
You can use the Festival’s official pre-event slide show before and after your event or as a backdrop to ongoing activities during your event. Please note that this is a large .pptx file (3MG) even though it has been “zipped” to compress it. The file is configured to play as a slide show that advances automatically.