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AMERI-SOURCE SPECIALTY PRODUCTS

AMERI-SOURCE SPECIALTY PRODUCTS logo

On 1/6/2009, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for AMERI-SOURCE SPECIALTY PRODUCTS. This trademark is owned by Diener, Thomas,
3782 S. Centennial Circle
Milwaukee , 53221. The USPTO has given the AMERI-SOURCE SPECIALTY PRODUCTS trademark serial number of 77644185.

Word Mark: AMERI-SOURCE SPECIALTY PRODUCTS
Filing Date: 1/6/2009
Goods and Services: Retail and distributorship services featuring graphite electrodes, graphite blocks, ISO static graphics, cold rolled annealed, hardened tempered, and hard rolled carbon, stainless steel, allow steel strips, constant force springs, band saw, circular saw blades, and related machined components
Type Of Mark: Service Mark
Latest Owner: Diener, Thomas

3782 S. Centennial Circle
Milwaukee , 53221
Correspondent: DIENER, THOMAS
5372 ENTERPRISE BLVDBETHEL PARK, PA 15102-25321
Related Tags: Retail distributorship services featuring graphite electrodes graphite blocks static graphics cold rolled annealed hardened tempered hard rolled carbon stainless steel allow steel strips constant force springs band circular blades related machined components
US Class Code(s): 100, 101, 102
Primary Class: Advertising; business management; business administration; office functions.
Class(es) Status: Active
First Use Anywhere: 1/1/2000
Information: You are viewing the AMERI-SOURCE SPECIALTY PRODUCTS logo. The name AMERI-SOURCE SPECIALTY PRODUCTS is registered as a Service Mark by the company Diener, Thomas. This company is located on:
3782 S. Centennial Circle
Milwaukee , 53221.
AMERI-SOURCE SPECIALTY PRODUCTS sells goods and services of Retail and distributorship services featuring graphite electrodes, graphite blocks, ISO static graphics, cold rolled annealed, hardened tempered, and hard rolled carbon, stainless steel, allow steel strips, constant force springs, band saw, circular saw blades, and related machined components. This logo and Service Mark was filed on January 06, 2009 and was first used on January 01, 2000.