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CUSA launches new look website


CUSA launches new look website

Conference USA Launches New Look - Conference USA Official Athletic Site

With eight new members joining eight established members, Conference USA unveiled a redesigned ConferenceUSA.com Wednesday, June 19.

The new-look site has been streamlined for easier navigation and access to Conference USA's teams, student-athletes, coaches and championship tradition. Visitors will stay informed with the latest news and information, access to live stats, calendars and coverage on the C-USA Digital Network.

With the new site, fans will see a redesigned mark for Conference USA. Enhanced by Dust Bowl Artistry, a Fort Worth-based creative agency, the logo is a variation of the mark used since 2005. The logo features enhancements that give it an updated modern flair and create a more user- and web-friendly identification, while maintaining the league's brand identity and providing a sense of pride throughout our membership.

Conference USA also is adding to its social media profiles on Twitter (@Conference_USA), Facebook (Conference USA), Instagram (ConferenceUSA) and Pinterest (Conference USA (C-USA)). In addition to its @Conference_USA account on Twitter, specialty accounts will provide even more information about Conference USA football (@CUSAFB), men's basketball (@CUSAMBK) and women's basketball (@CUSAWBK).

Fans can use the hashtag #WeAreCUSA on Twitter and Facebook to find the latest content about Conference USA and it's new membership.

Beginning July 1, 2013, East Carolina, Marshall, Rice, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB and UTEP will welcome eight institutions to Conference USA: charter member Charlotte, FIU, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, Old Dominion and UTSA.

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