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Los Angeles Rams announce when they are releasing new colors & logo

by Rams HQ Team

Los Angeles Rams fans across the globe have been on the edge of their seat for quite some time waiting patiently for the new colors, logo, uniforms and of course the completion of the brand new So Fi stadium. Kevin Demoff has been enjoying teasing fans for the past month on social media, but this time he is actually being serious. Demonff along with the Los Angeles Rams sent out press releases to all season ticket members with an inside scoop on when the new colors and logo will be released. Check out the press release below for the new information. Thankfully it will NOT be the trash logo that was being passed around..

“During challenging times, we focus on what really matters: family, loved ones and community. Those reminders also serve as our inspiration and a call to action.

We know Rams fans will bring their love for our city to the virtual Te”LA”thon, but we also want to make sure we directly reach those who can’t participate.  To that end, we are partnering with Los Angeles Regional Food Bank to sponsor mobile food pantries in 20 different neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles for the remainder of the year.  The mobile food pantries feature a refrigerated truck that contains healthy foods such as produce, frozen turkeys and fish. When the truck rolls in, families can shop farmers’ market-style and fill grocery bags with items to feed their families for up to two weeks.  Each mobile food pantry serves at least 200 families, so over the course of the year, we will provide hundreds of thousands of meals. These meals will be delivered in Rams-branded grocery bags in the names of our Season Ticket Members. Each bag will have a hang tag that includes the name of one of our Season Ticket Members. We will be donating these groceries on your behalf, helping fuel up Angelenos in need, just as you fuel us each day to be our best.

What logo will be on those grocery bags? Well, we had planned to reveal our new colors and logos this coming weekend with a big surprise planned for Los Angeles, but in these unprecedented times, like Sean McVay does best, we had to call an audible and get into a different formation.

On Monday, March 23 at noon PST, we will host a live stream on therams.com and our social channels during which we will reveal our new logos and colors to our fans.  We have loved seeing all of the creative ideas and feedback on social media throughout this process and are excited for you to continue this journey with us.  Giving back to our community and inspiring Angelenos is at the heart of our organization, so it is fitting that we will showcase our new look as part of the Te”LA”thon. Furthermore, anyone who donates to the Te”LA”thon has a chance to win a Rams hat donning our new brand, while supplies last. And don’t worry – it’s not the hat that you saw on social media a few weeks ago.

Later this spring, after years of planning, designing and receiving considerable input from our fans, we will roll out our new uniforms. We look forward to sharing them with you in the coming months.

Before concluding, we have a large and diverse fan base that is helping keep Los Angeles safe in many ways, but I want to offer a special thank you on behalf of our team to the healthcare workers who are putting the most vulnerable Angelenos first, the true embodiment of “We not Me”.

Through your passion, the Los Angeles Rams strive to be a beacon of unity and hope during Sundays in the fall and every day throughout the year. We look forward to tapping into the power of each of you to help our fellow Angelenos when they need it most and look forward to the days when celebratory hugs and high-fives are allowed again.

Long story short, the Los Angeles Rams will be announcing the new colors and logo on Monday, March 23 at noon PST, via a live stream on therams.com and the social channels during which we will reveal our new logos and colors to our fans. ARE YOU READY?

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