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Colors

Our color palette helps audiences identify us at a glance, and the way we use color sets the mood for each communication.

Only use the colors outlined in this section.


Primary Colors

Pantone 350

Process
C80  M21  Y79  K64

RGB
R44  G82  B52

Hex
2C5234

Pantone 151

Process
CM60  Y100  K0

RGB
R255  G130  B0

Hex
FF8200


Our color palette has two layers: primary and secondary, each with its own set of colors.

Lean heavily on our primary palette, but use the supporting palette to build color schemes that are complementary and balanced.

When using color builds, always use the color values listed on this page. They have been adjusted for the best reproduction on screen and in print, and may not match Pantone Color Bridge breakdowns.

Our supporting palette (shown below) complements the primary colors and creates flexibility so communications can shift for various needs. The secondary colors should never be used on their own or appear more prominent than the primary palette.


Secondary Colors

Pantone 364

Process
C71  MY100  K45

RGB
R74  G119  B41

Hex
4A7729

Pantone 384

Process
C26  MY99  K35

RGB
R148  G147  B0

Hex
949300

Pantone 380

Process
C18  MY82  K0

RGB
R219  G228  B66

Hex
DBE442

Pantone 143

Process
C0  M32  Y87  K0

RGB
R241  G180  B52

Hex
F1B434

Pantone 632

Process
C93  MY15  K7

RGB
R0  G147  B178

Hex
0093B2

Pantone 7445

Process
C36  M33  Y0  K3

RGB
R167  G162  B195

Hex
A7A2C3

Pantone Warm Gray 9

Process
C23  M32  Y34  K51

RGB
R131  G120  B111

Hex
83786F

Black

Process
C0  MY0  K0

RGB
R0  G0  B0

Hex
000000

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