Q. A committee at our fellowship is interested in bumper stickers, either designing our own or getting one from the Unitarian Universalist Association. I see no way of seeing what the UUA bumper sticker looks like. Can you send us a visual?

A. The UUA no longer sells bumper stickers or other marketing materials, says Kiki Giatis, administrator of the UUA’s Congregational Life staff group. However, graphics are available so that congregations can print their own, if they wish. Graphics for bumper stickers and other marketing materials, in the form of EPS [Encapsulated PostScript] files, are here.

Giatis said, “We have learned that people with strong graphics design backgrounds at local printing companies are able to produce great quality graphics with the EPS files. To view EPS files you will need an EPS viewer. Several free programs are available on the Internet to help with that. The UUA offers these materials to any congregation that wishes to use them without qualifiers or release forms; however, we are unable to provide technical or marketing support for them.”

There are two other sources for UU-themed bumper stickers. They are available from UniUni (formerly Uni-Uniques). You can see them here. The UUA’s Standing on the Side of Love campaign also sells a LOVE bumper sticker.

The Café Press website also has at least one UU bumper sticker.

About the Author
Don Skinner
Don Skinner is editor of InterConnections and a member of the Shawnee Mission UU Church in Lenexa, Kansas.

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