The Emerald Newsletter | Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Spring 2017 - Page 43

1) Where can I find KDChi official merchandise?

You can search our licensing contractor, Affinity Consultants, here or you can also find additional merchandise by visiting

Be sure to download the app!

2) Who can I contact about a vendor issue?

Please email our Vendor Manager at:

3) How can I become a licensed vendor?

You must apply through Affinity Consultants. A fee, sample items, and proof of general liability insurance are required. You can apply here

3) How should my chapter order paraphernalia (either for rush, events, or fundraisers)?

First, review the Branding Guide in Memberclicks before you design the item. Then seek approval from you District Chair to ensure there is no copyright infringment or branding issues. She will consult with the Vendor Manager if necessary. Finally, always use licensed vendors as per the National Historian/Chaplain policy. This applies to

alumnae chapters and other

sorority entities (NAA, NLC, EF) as well.

4) Can I make items for myself or my big/lil?

Yes, of course! You just can't

manufacture items for profit, either for

yourself or your chapter. Only licensed vendors can manufacture for profit, since they have a legal agreement with our sorority.

5) Can I or my chapter use the new logo?

Yes, please follow the branding guide for proper use and follow the process in question three.

Branding guide overview

The official logo can be used on your

paraphernalia. Here is the preferred/original version...

Alternate versions allowed: WHITE ON MAROON, BLACK/WHITE

The official (mosaic) rose must be used alone or as an accent mark of a bigger design. Any variation must be approved by the marketing team via the vendor manager. Approved examples include: Please see the photos below.

KDChi Gear & Vendor FAQ's


Greetings from Galway Bay, Ireland. KDChi love is worldwide!

- Jennifer Murphy,

Beta Delta alumnae Helen Johnson got a chance to see the Fearless Girl statue in New York City!

"Empowered women empower women"

Alpha Sigma alumnae Kayla Worthy Hiked up the tallest temple (208 ft) in Tikal National Park! Guatemala, you are beautiful! #efcollegebreak

"No matter where we are we still throw our Kappas up! Shout out to our sisters who are in Portland making memories!" #Ping├╝inasEverywhere.

- Alpha Zeta facebook