Merchandise

Show your ESA pride.

ESA is partnered with Affinity Consultants, a Greek licensing company, to help police our trademarks while increasing the merchandise offerings available to our membership. Click here to read the FAQ and learn more. Please note that anything created with an ESA insignia (logo, letters, crest, etc.) must be created and purchased through a licensed Affinity vendor.


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A few items you may be looking for...

Ideals Book Ideals Book Explanation of ESA traditions
Official Pins Official Pins Pins for each level of membership
Officer Dangels Officer Dangels Worn by chapter and state officers
St. Jude Publicity Kit St. Jude Publicity Kit Materials for ESA-hosted St. Jude Events
Graduation Materials Graduation regalia Represent ESA at Graduation
Years of Service Dangles Years of Service Pins Time is valuable, show it off
ESA red apron ESA red aprons Easily identify members at events 
Ask me about ESA buttons Ask me buttons  Share your story with someone new
Pallas Athene Dangles Pallas Athene Charms Earn your next level and proudly show it

Imporant resources

New Vendor Licensing New vendor Be sure to register with Affinity. To have a current vendor become licensed to create your ESA merchandise, click here to download the vendor licensing intro letter. Any vendor who wishes to create ESA merchandise must become licensed through Affinity Consultants.  
Licensed Vendor List Vendor list All vendors registered with Affinity. When a vendor registers with Affinity they are added to this list. If you are looking for a vendor to complete your next project try checking this list so you don't have to worry about licensing.
ESA Brand Guide Logo library Download the latest logos. ESA offical logos are always available for your use with a licensed vendor. Click here to get the latest brand guide and logos to represent ESA in a professional way.