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Media Resources

Whether you’re a member of the media or a grantee preparing to promote your Otto Bremer Trust grant or program-related investment, this is the place to find general information about OBT, our brand assets, and guidelines for their use.

If you are a member of the media

Contact David Hakensen, our communications consultant, at 612-840-4592 or at david.hakensen@hcopr.com.

If you are a grant or PRI recipient

Contact Ann Pagel, our operations and communications associate, at 651-312-3542 or at apagel@ottobremer.org.

Here are some basic guidelines to follow when writing about the Otto Bremer Trust.

Referencing OBT

When referencing OBT, it is important to use the full name of our organization: the Otto Bremer Trust. (While the word “the” is not part of our official name, we use it when referencing OBT.) It may also be helpful to include that we are based in St. Paul, Minnesota. It is also acceptable on second and subsequent references to abbreviate the organization as “OBT.”

Boilerplate

The Otto Bremer Trust is a private charitable trust based in Saint Paul, Minn. Created in 1944 by Otto Bremer, it is committed to supporting a better quality of life for residents of Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. Since its founding, OBT has invested nearly $1 billion in people, places, and opportunities in its region. Visit ottobremer.org.

OBT’s grantees, PRI recipients, and others are welcome to use our logo in accordance with our brand guidelines. To ensure consistent representation of OBT’s brand, please only use the files provided here.

Brand Guidelines

Our guidelines provide background for the Otto Bremer Trust identity and parameters to be mindful of when working with the core elements of the identity system.

Logos

Download a pack of our standard logos (JPG, PNG, EPS). Please follow our guidelines when using our logo in your designs. Contact us if you have questions about their use.

Submit a request for permission when you plan to use the OBT brand in a publication or in signage that will appear on a building, vehicle, or any other physical object.

Grant/PRI Promotion Kit

This pack contains the brand guidelines, standard logos, and OBT’s Grant and PRI Promotion Guidelines.

Whether you’re a member of the media or a grantee preparing to promote your Otto Bremer Trust grant or program-related investment, this is the place to find general information about OBT, our brand assets, and guidelines for their use.

If you are a member of the media

Contact David Hakensen, our communications consultant, at 612-840-4592 or at david.hakensen@hcopr.com.

If you are a grant or PRI recipient

Contact Ann Pagel, our operations and communications associate, at 651-312-3542 or at apagel@ottobremer.org.

Here are some basic guidelines to follow when writing about the Otto Bremer Trust.

Referencing OBT

When referencing OBT, it is important to use the full name of our organization: the Otto Bremer Trust. (While the word “the” is not part of our official name, we use it when referencing OBT.) It may also be helpful to include that we are based in St. Paul, Minnesota. It is also acceptable on second and subsequent references to abbreviate the organization as “OBT.”

Boilerplate

The Otto Bremer Trust is a private charitable trust based in Saint Paul, Minn. Created in 1944 by Otto Bremer, it is committed to supporting a better quality of life for residents of Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. Since its founding, OBT has invested nearly $1 billion in people, places, and opportunities in its region. Visit ottobremer.org.

OBT’s grantees, PRI recipients, and others are welcome to use our logo in accordance with our brand guidelines. To ensure consistent representation of OBT’s brand, please only use the files provided here.

Brand Guidelines

Our guidelines provide background for the Otto Bremer Trust identity and parameters to be mindful of when working with the core elements of the identity system.

Logos

Download a pack of our standard logos (JPG, PNG, EPS). Please follow our guidelines when using our logo in your designs. Contact us if you have questions about their use.

Submit a request for permission when you plan to use the OBT brand in a publication or in signage that will appear on a building, vehicle, or any other physical object.

Grant/PRI Promotion Kit

This pack contains the brand guidelines, standard logos, and OBT’s Grant and PRI Promotion Guidelines.