While those of you that read our fair catalog insert this spring may already be familiar with the following information, I figured I’d take a minute to clear up any confusion about our use of the 4-H license.
As of June 1st, Hodges Badge Company is still one of only two manufacturers licensed to use the 4-H logo on ribbons, rosettes and awards. Yes, we do charge a fee to use the 4-H name and logo on your custom-printed products, but the fee is passed on in entirety to the National 4-H council in support of their programs.
While we know it’s tough to see fees added to any purchase, we understand the measures that the National 4-H Council must take to protect proper use of their logo. We have worked hard to make sure all our products bearing their name or logo not only meet the Council’s specifications but are awards any group at the local or national level would be proud to present.
Still not sure how this process works? Drop us an email at email@example.com or leave a comment.