Dolfin Announces New Logo to Celebrate Our 75th Anniversary

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Mohnton, Pa., December 8, 2014 – After seven decades, Dolfin Swimwear is unveiling its new look to more accurately reflect the evolution of the brand’s product lines and the pride that comes from wearing Dolfin.

“The transition from the old logo to the new one is very symbolic to our growth within the swimwear market. We’re extremely proud of our legacyand company values we’ve stood by for nearly 75 years,” said President/CEO Jim Korth, Dolfin Swimwear. “We are reinvigorated. Our look shows a more accurate depiction of who we’ve become and our competitive spirit. Like our customers, we are evolving,” said Korth.

The rebranding of the company coincides with Dolfin’s 75th Anniversary.  Dolfin plans to have the rebranded materials fully incorporated into Dolfin’s entire line of products by 2016, which is the actual 75th Anniversary year.

Since its foundation in 1941, this company has represented unsurpassed durability, blazing speed, high-tech innovation, and value – all qualities of the iconic dolphin that inspired the Dolfin logo. As a way to honor the interesting history of the company, Dolfin modernized its logo to stay relevant with its target audiences. Each tier in the dolphin logo represents an era of Dolfin’s history.

Other creative elements that reinforce the competitive strength of the brand include action and underwater photography and a sleek, modern website that showcases performance-driven athletes. The company’s Elite sponsored athletes are featured in many of the action shots, and Olympian coaches provide advice columns for the site’s Coaches Corner.

“This logo not only gives us a fresh look, but also serves as a reminder of our commitment to the finest products,” said Mark Schubert, an eight-time Olympic coach who serves as Director of Technical Development for Dolfin.

Olympian medalist Haley Anderson, a Dolfin sponsored athlete remarked, “The new Dolfin logo is a great step forward in broadening the brand. It’s a great nod to their past and a look forward to their future. I’m excited to be a part of this process.”