Special Needs Transportation

Edupro Group unveils new corporate logo

Posted on November 3, 2008

MCLEAN, Va. — Edupro Group, sponsor of the National Conference and Exhibition on Transporting Students with Disabilities and Preschoolers, recently unveiled a new corporate logo.

The logo contains bold colors and clean graphics to emphasize professionalism in pupil transportation, company officials said.

A highway graphic ties in Edupro Group’s mission to deliver vital information on best practices for pupil transportation through the conference and exhibition, held annually since 1992.

The 2009 National Conference and Exhibition on Transporting Students with Disabilities and Preschoolers is scheduled to be held Feb. 27 to Mar. 4 in Indianapolis.

For more information, visit www.eduprogroup.com.

 

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