Registered Trade Mark Identification
Registered Trade Mark Identification Custom Grafix Tire Covers® is a registered Brand of Tire Covers.
Registration number 6,405,465 This TradeMark is held by the
United States Patent Office.
Why do people trade mark their name?
The main reason people trademark their name is that it has strong public recognition and value in selling goods and services. The person wants to protect their name from being stolen and used by others.
What is the difference between tradename and trademark?
The trademark performs a different function than the trade name. The trade name identifies the company, while a trademark distinguishes and identifies the source of the goods or services. Confusion can also emanate from the common practice of some businesses, including part of or all of the trade names in the trademark.
What does the marked symbol indicate?
The TM symbol (often seen in superscript like this: TM) is usually used in connection with an unregistered mark—a term, slogan, logo, or another indicator—to provide notice to potential infringers that common law rights in the mark are claimed.
When should you trademark a name?
The best strategy is to think about trademarks from the beginning when choosing your business name and logo and forming your business entity. Your business name can form the core of your brand and create serious trademark issues.