Brand Standards

Location Tag 3-Line

In order to assign specific locations/facilities to a particular advertisement or promotion, the Location Tag may be used. Like it’s preferred two-line counterpart, this element generally lives in the left-footer of a given canvas, and typically broadcasts the city and physical address of the location being promoted. When possible, strive to use the two-line Location Tag.

The Location Tag simplifies our communication material as it takes the guesswork and complexity out of displaying contact information. This component also sets the standard for how additional information—like website URLs and phone numbers— is positioned on a canvas.


Contact Kadlec’s Marketing Department for more information.

While the first line of the Location Tag is generally reserved for the city in which the location resides, it may also be used for referencing specific facilities, like the Don and Lori Watts Pediatric Center.

The second and third line of this Location Tag is typically reserved for more detailed contact information pertaining to the city or facility location.

Color Formats
The Location Tag should almost always be applied in the Full Color Positive version seen here. However, a wide variety of other formats are available, as detailed on the Signature Colors page.