Current Designs Gets New Look

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Current Designs has unveiled a sweeping transformation of its brand identity including a new logo, boat graphics, and website update. The new look is designed to reflect the high performance style and grace that Current Designs Kayaks are so well known for. “Over the last 5 years we have added new cutting edge models while expanding our line to over 30 performance designs,” says Mike Cichanowski, owner of Current Designs and Wenonah Canoe. “The style, look, outfitting, and paddling performance of our kayak designs has never been better, and it was time to update our aged logo to reflect that.”

The new Current Designs logo is available for download under the sales material tab on our dealer website. If you’d like a full set of logos, including vector format please contact jakeg@wenonah.com.

Info: www.wenonah.com; 507-454-5430

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