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Interesting Birmingham Trademarks – pt. 2

14 January 2008

The saga continues to find more interesting trademarks that hail from Birmingham with the second thousand out of six+:

  • IT Triathlete // educational services, namely, conducting seminars, workshops and conferences featuring training and information in the fields of information technology, business processes and communications skills + computer software development, consultation and engineering // Registrant: Computer Technology Solutions, Inc.
  • BIRMINGHAMGAL //  Short-sleeved or long-sleeved t-shirts // Registrant: Denise Ann Williams
  • GEEZEROBICS // Physical fitness instruction // Registrant: Edward Shaling
  • NUFUZE // Surgical implants comprising allograft or other processed human or animal tissue and associated surgical instrument sets + Surgical implants comprising artificial bio-compatible materials and associated surgical instrument sets // Registrant: NuTech Medical, Inc.
  • I’m a Recovering Oiloholic // Dissemination of advertising material; Distribution and dissemination of advertising materials // Registrant: Vincent Howell
  • ZOOB // games and playthings, namely, construction toys, board games, action figures, dolls, plush toys, all of which incorporate snap-together movable joints. // First use: February 2007 // Registrant: ZCO, LLC
  • KABLZ // Eyglass Holders // Registrant: Ron Williams
  • JOHNNY GREEN SEED // Electric lighting fixtures and bulbs. // First use: August 2002 // Registrant: Johnny A. Colafrancesco
  • NCONTRAST // Pre-recorded cassettes, DVDs and CDs featuring information on African-American lifestyles, awareness, history and educatio.  Entertainment in the nature of on-going television programs in the field of African American lifestyles, awareness, history and education. // First use: April 2001 // Registrant: Ramsay & Partners, LLC
  • THE BIRMINGHAMSTER // Computer services, namely providing on-line newspapers in the field of humorand entertainment.  Clothing, namely, shirts, t-shirts, shorts, pants, socks, ties, headwear, sweatshirts and sweatpants. // Registrant: Mark Ausbeck
  • FRUSTERIO.COM // Home design services, namely, architectural and interior design services for residential dwellings; creating custom architectural design plans and floor plans for homes; custom design of printed house plans to the order and specification of others for use by construction crews in building custom homes, all available via the internet. // First use: March 2007 // Registrant:, Inc.
  • Zeekee // Advertising and commercial information services, via the internet; Advertising services, namely promoting properties for sale by owner via the Internet; Advertising services, namely, promoting and marketing the goods and services of others through all public communication means; Advertising services, public relations and marketing services, namely, promoting and marketing the goods and services of others through all public communication means; Advertising, promotion and marketing services in the nature of e-mail blast campaigns for others; Promoting, advertising and marketing of the on-line websites of others; Design of internet advertising; Advertising via electronic media and specifically the internet. // First use: October 2001 // Registrant: Zeekee Inc.
  • EMUPROFEN // [details removed per the comment below, but freely available at the USPTO website]
  • As the Burger Turns – What’s Your Story // Providing online bulletin boards for communication between restaurant managers, employees and potential employees in the field of restaurant services. Providing an interactive website and training services, namely online training courses for restaurant managers, employees and potential employees in the field of restaurant services // Registrant: AsTheBurgerTurns Holdings, LLC
3 Comments leave one →
  1. 31 January 2008 6:26 am

    We do not want our information on emuprofen trademark published at this time or without our permission. Please remove the information about emuprofen from this site.
    Andrew Martin
    Progressive Emu Inc

  2. 12 March 2008 8:22 am

    Aren’t trademarks freely accessible to the public? Seems like paranoia to me over something that might not even work, as it is, more than half of all trademarks do nothing.


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