The new face of ATPE

ATPE has experienced many changes over the past year. We have a new executive director and new staff members; we’ve been working with new ideas and are creating new programs. But the most prominent “new” thing about ATPE is our refreshed brand, including the new logo and tagline, and the revamped atpe.org.
 

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You can learn more about the new logo and tagline in the summer issue of ATPE News, which should be hitting your mailboxes soon. 

For many years now, we’ve received feedback that our old website had become outdated, nearly unnavigable and too dense. (We heard you—and agreed.) Building a website that acts more as a useful tool than purely a place to find contact information takes time, and it was time well spent. With the implementation of the new atpe.org, we can proudly add our website to the list of ATPE membership benefits.
 
We hope that you’ll love the new logo and tagline, and find the new website a place you want to bookmark so that you can visit again and again. Of course, with change often come growing pains. So if you have any feedback, questions or comments, we’re here to listen. Our tenets—specifically the one about being member-owned and member-governed—haven’t changed. Contact us at comm@atpe.org. We’d love to hear what you think.
 
And, if you haven’t signed up for an account on the new website yet, be sure to visit this link to do so.
 
P.S.—Attendees at the 2014 ATPE Summit, July 9–11 in Austin, will hear all about the rest of our new ideas and the many exciting plans we’re making for the future. Contact your local unit president today if you’re interested in attending!
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