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SIDE X SIDE JAMBOREE

SIDE X SIDE JAMBOREE logo

On 3/6/2009, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for SIDE X SIDE JAMBOREE. This trademark is owned by Platinum Global, Inc.,
12188 CENTRAL AVENUE
CHINO, CA 91710. The USPTO has given the SIDE X SIDE JAMBOREE trademark serial number of 77685673.

Word Mark: SIDE X SIDE JAMBOREE
Filing Date: 3/6/2009
Goods and Services: Entertainment in the nature of a festival featuring side by side vehicles, automobiles, quads, dirt bikes, utility terrain vehicles, and other off-road vehicles; arranging and conducting special events featuring side by side vehicles, automobiles, quads, dirt bikes, utility terrain vehicles, and other off-road vehicles
Type Of Mark: Service Mark
Latest Owner: Platinum Global, Inc.

12188 CENTRAL AVENUE
CHINO, CA 91710
Correspondent: CHRISTINA S. LOZA
LOZA & LOZA, LLP305 N 2ND AVE # 127UPLAND, CA 91786-60641
Related Tags: Entertainment nature festival featuring side side vehicles automobiles quads dirt bikes utility terrain vehicles other -road vehicles arranging conducting special events featuring side side vehicles automobiles quads dirt bikes utility terrain vehicles other -road vehicles
US Class Code(s): 100, 101, 107
Primary Class: Education; providing of training; entertainment; sporting and cultural activities.
Class(es) Status: Active
First Use Anywhere: 2/28/2009
Information: You are viewing the SIDE X SIDE JAMBOREE logo. The name SIDE X SIDE JAMBOREE is registered as a Service Mark by the company Platinum Global, Inc.. This company is located on:
12188 CENTRAL AVENUE
CHINO, CA 91710.
SIDE X SIDE JAMBOREE sells goods and services of Entertainment in the nature of a festival featuring side by side vehicles, automobiles, quads, dirt bikes, utility terrain vehicles, and other off-road vehicles; arranging and conducting special events featuring side by side vehicles, automobiles, quads, dirt bikes, utility terrain vehicles, and other off-road vehicles. This logo and Service Mark was filed on March 06, 2009 and was first used on February 28, 2009.