SEE: Come Out With Pride unveils its new logo

ORLANDO, Fla. — Orlando’s nonprofit Come Out With Pride is looking fresh with the launch of its new logo.


COWP is the producer of Central Florida’s largest single-day parade and festival celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community,

The new logo has a modern and inclusive concept that hopes to create a more inclusive and welcoming environment for members of the LGBTQIA+ community and their families.

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This year’s “Come Out With Pride” event in Downtown Orlando is moving forward, despite similar events being canceled in parts of Central Florida.

The annual Pride event will take place on October 21st at Lake Eola.

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COWP said they stand in solidarity with drag performers and the drag community.

“We recognize that drag has been a cornerstone of LGBTQIA+ culture and history,” they said in a press release. “We strongly support and continue our intentional inclusion of the trans and non-binary community.”

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The nonprofit will also host a Central Florida Trans March & Rally this year.

Watch the video below for the logo reveal:

For more information on events and the organization, click here.

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