Turner Welcomes Logo Submissions for “NATO Dayton 2025” from Miami Valley Residents, Business

DAYTON, OHIO — Congressman Mike Turner (OH-10) is welcoming Miami Valley residents and businesses to submit a logo design for the recently announced NATO Parliamentary Assembly (NATO PA) Spring Session, which will be hosted by Dayton in May 2025.

“For the vast majority of NATO Parliamentarians coming to Dayton and the Midwest, their first impression will be from the logo we choose to brand the entire four-day event,” said Congressman Turner. “As this will take a community-wide effort to successfully host the NATO PA Spring Session in Dayton next year, it makes perfect sense to tap into the local, diverse talent we have in the Miami Valley for key elements throughout the planning process. I look forward to seeing the creativity and ingenuity of our residents in representing our community.”

Submissions are entirely voluntary, and no financial compensation will be given for submissions or the logo chosen to represent Dayton 2025. Submissions can be sent to nato2025@dacc.org and are due by August 9, 2024. Please include your name and contact information.

Key Requirements:

  1. Any text in the logo needs to be in English and French; thus, minimum text is recommended.
  2. Note: Dayton is the same in English and French.
  3. Mention of the year rather than specific dates is preferable. Use of the NATO PA monogram is sufficient, rather than adding the words “NATO PA/AP-OTAN” to the design.
  4. The finalized logo must be available in the following formats: eps, jpg, png.
  5. Prior to selection, the chosen designer will be required to complete a release form for the use of the logo on all materials associated with Dayton 2025.

For access to the NATO PA monogram and complete branding guidelines, including format, color schemes, etc., please visit: https://publication.nato-pa.int/communication/branding-guidelines/

Questions about logo submission requirements can be sent to nato2025@dacc.org Examples of past and upcoming NATO PA session logos:


On Monday, June 3rd, Congressman Turner was joined by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and local elected officials at the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce to announce that Dayton had been selected as the host of the 2025 Spring Session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. Turner, as head of the U.S. delegation to the Assembly, worked for over two years to secure the honor of hosting in Dayton in conjunction with the 30th anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords. The NATO Parliamentary Assembly was created in 1955 to serve as a link between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the parliaments of the now 32 NATO nations, with the most recent additions being Finland (2023) and Sweden (2024). The United States has not hosted a session since the Annual Session in Orlando, FL, in the Fall of 2003. The U.S. has never hosted a Spring Session of the Assembly until Dayton 2025.