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CFPA-I logo

On 3/2/2004, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for CFPA-I. This trademark is owned by National Fire Protection Association, Inc.,
Boston, MA 02210. The USPTO has given the CFPA-I trademark serial number of 78377129.

Word Mark: CFPA-I
Filing Date: 3/2/2004
Goods and Services: Association services, namely, promoting the interests of organizations which advance the cause of fire safety, for the purpose of improving fire safety education, fire safety knowledge, fire safety design, harmonization of fire codes and standards, and coordination among fire safety organizations; and promoting public awareness of the need for fire safety
Type Of Mark: Service Mark
Latest Owner: National Fire Protection Association, Inc.

Boston, MA 02210
Correspondent: Timothy H. Hiebert
Samuels & Hiebert LLCTwo International Place, 23rd FloorBoston MA 02110-41041
Related Tags: Association services namely promoting interests organizations which advance cause fire safety purpose improving fire safety education fire safety knowledge fire safety design harmonization fire codes standards coordination among fire safety organizations promoting public awareness need fire safety
US Class Code(s): 100, 101, 102
Primary Class: Advertising; business management; business administration; office functions.
Class(es) Status: Active
First Use Anywhere: 7/18/2005
Information: You are viewing the CFPA-I logo. The name CFPA-I is registered as a Service Mark by the company National Fire Protection Association, Inc.. This company is located on:
Boston, MA 02210.
CFPA-I sells goods and services of Association services, namely, promoting the interests of organizations which advance the cause of fire safety, for the purpose of improving fire safety education, fire safety knowledge, fire safety design, harmonization of fire codes and standards, and coordination among fire safety organizations; and promoting public awareness of the need for fire safety. This logo and Service Mark was filed on March 02, 2004 and was first used on July 18, 2005.