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SPEED COMMAND

SPEED COMMAND logo

On 7/1/2008, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for SPEED COMMAND. This trademark is owned by Omega SA (Omega AG) (Omega Ltd.),
Jakob-Stämpfli-Strasse 96
2502 Biel/Bienne. The USPTO has given the SPEED COMMAND trademark serial number of 79056670.

Word Mark: SPEED COMMAND
Filing Date: 7/1/2008
Goods and Services: Precious metals and their alloys, namely, white gold, yellow gold, pink gold, jewelry watches, precious stones, namely, diamond, sapphire, ruby, emerald, horological and chronometric instruments, namely, chronographs, chronometers for use as watches, watches, watch movements
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Latest Owner: Omega SA (Omega AG) (Omega Ltd.)

Jakob-Stämpfli-Strasse 96
2502 Biel/Bienne
Correspondent: The Swatch Group SA (The Swatch Group AG
(The Swatch Group ltd)Faubourg du Lac 6CH-2501 Biel/BienneSWITZERLAND1
Related Tags: Precious metals their alloys namely white gold yellow gold pink gold jewelry watches precious stones namely diamond sapphire ruby emerald horological chronometric instruments namely chronographs chronometers watches watches watch movements
US Class Code(s): 002, 027, 028, 050
Primary Class: Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith, not included in other classes; jewelry, precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments.
Class(es) Status: Active
First Use Anywhere: NOT PROVIDED
Information: You are viewing the SPEED COMMAND logo. The name SPEED COMMAND is registered as a TradeMark by the company Omega SA (Omega AG) (Omega Ltd.). This company is located on:
Jakob-Stämpfli-Strasse 96
2502 Biel/Bienne.
SPEED COMMAND sells goods and services of Precious metals and their alloys, namely, white gold, yellow gold, pink gold, jewelry watches, precious stones, namely, diamond, sapphire, ruby, emerald, horological and chronometric instruments, namely, chronographs, chronometers for use as watches, watches, watch movements. This logo and TradeMark was filed on July 01, 2008 and was first used on January 01, 1970.