CHÈC II CHÈC JEANS



Word Mark: CHÈC II CHÈC JEANS
Filing Date: 6/22/2006
Goods and Services: Camp shirts; Capri pants; Dress shirts; Golf shirts; Jogging pants; Knit shirts; Leather pants; Night shirts; Open-necked shirts; Pants; Pants, namely, jeans; Piquet shirts; Polo shirts; Shirts; Shirts for suits; Short-sleeved or long-sleeved t-shirts; Short-sleeved shirts; Sleep shirts; Sport shirts; Sports shirts; Sports shirts with short sleeves; Sweat pants; Sweat shirts; T-shirts; Track pants; Waterproof jackets and pants; Wind shirts
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Latest Owner: DAILY GEORGE STAR FIVE HANAN PRODUCTIONS
153 PEARL ST.
PATERSON, NJ 07501
Correspondent: THOMAS DAILEY G. JR.
153 PEARL STPATERSON, NJ 07501-23211
Related Tags: Camp shirts Capri pants Dress shirts Golf shirts Jogging pants Knit shirts Leather pants Night shirts Open-necked shirts Pants Pants namely jeans Piquet shirts Polo shirts Shirts Shirts suits Short-sleeved long-sleeved -shirts Short-sleeved shirts Sleep shirts Sport shirts Sports shirts Sports shirts with short sleeves Sweat pants Sweat shirts -shirts Track pants Waterproof jackets pants Wind shirts
US Class Code(s): 022, 039


Primary Class: Clothing, footwear, headgear.
Class(es) Status: Active
First Use Anywhere: 11/5/2007
Information: You are viewing the CHÈC II CHÈC JEANS logo. The name CHÈC II CHÈC JEANS is registered as a TradeMark by the company DAILY GEORGE STAR FIVE HANAN PRODUCTIONS. This company is located on:
153 PEARL ST.
PATERSON, NJ 07501.
CHÈC II CHÈC JEANS sells goods and services of Camp shirts; Capri pants; Dress shirts; Golf shirts; Jogging pants; Knit shirts; Leather pants; Night shirts; Open-necked shirts; Pants; Pants, namely, jeans; Piquet shirts; Polo shirts; Shirts; Shirts for suits; Short-sleeved or long-sleeved t-shirts; Short-sleeved shirts; Sleep shirts; Sport shirts; Sports shirts; Sports shirts with short sleeves; Sweat pants; Sweat shirts; T-shirts; Track pants; Waterproof jackets and pants; Wind shirts. This logo and TradeMark was filed on June 22, 2006 and was first used on November 05, 2007.