Press Center

Kristi Northcutt, Director of Communications and Public Affairs

Media Contact

Kristi Northcutt, Director of Communications and Public Affairs
623-742-6065
knorthcutt@anthemcouncil.com


The Anthem Community Council has compiled the following press releases and press kits for use by reputable publications, websites and other entities wishing to promote the benefits of the Anthem community, amenities and events. The ACC owns and maintains all materials contained within and proper credit must be given. 

Press Releases

View press releases issued by the Anthem Community Council.

Press Kits

Click on the Event Title to open the media kit.

Anthem Days: Annual business expo and festival hosted in the spring (March 25-26, 2017). Kit includes: news releases, photos, logos. 

Memorial Day Ceremony: "A Day of Remembrance" (May 29, 9 a.m.) honors the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of duty and service. Kit includes: news release, photos. 

Go Green: Semi-annual collection and recycling drive (April/October) sponsored by ACC and Republic Services. Kit includes: news release, photos, logo. 

Music in May: Annual concert series featuring a different performer each Friday during May. Kit includes: news release, photos, logos.

Independence Day: Annual celebration of Independence Day, including fireworks, music, rides and more. Kit includes: news releases, photos, logos. 

Autumnfest: Annual arts & crafts fair, complete with carnival, food court, pumpkin picking, live entertainment and more. Kit includes: news releases, photos, logos.

Veterans Day: In 2016, in addition to honoring veterans and their families, the fifth anniversary of the Anthem Veterans Memorial will be celebrated. Kit includes: news releases, photos.


Photography

Marketing photos for download are available via Dropbox: Marketing Photos.

Photo credit should be given to Anthem Community Council when used in print or online publications to promote the community, and should not be used for other purposes.


Logo Usage

The Anthem logo is an important part of our brand. It represents our identity and is a valuable piece of intellectual property. Letting other companies and organizations use our logo can give the impression that we favor or endorse them. In some situations, it can even mean we have legal liability. So we're very careful with its use. To request use of our logo, please email a member of the Public Affairs Department. 

Report suspected misuse of the Anthem logo or branded materials to the Public Affairs Department.


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