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WORLDGEAR

WORLDGEAR logo

On 8/24/1998, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for WORLDGEAR. This trademark is owned by Northwest Airlines, Inc.,
5101 Northwest Drive
St. Paul, MN 551113034. The USPTO has given the WORLDGEAR trademark serial number of 75542906.

Word Mark: WORLDGEAR
Filing Date: 8/24/1998
Goods and Services: Mail order and telephone order catalog services and computerized online ordering services through the use of catalogs featuring clothing, luggage, bags, jewelry, model airplanes, drinking glasses, novelty items, featuring mugs and stuffed toys, radios, golf equipment, key chains, beverage openers, pens, pencils, mouse pads, and calculators
Type Of Mark: Service Mark
Latest Owner: Northwest Airlines, Inc.

5101 Northwest Drive
St. Paul, MN 551113034
Correspondent: Jamie Nafziger
Dorsey & Whitney LLPSuite 150050 South Sixth StreetMinneapolis MN 554021
Related Tags: Mail order telephone order catalog services computerized online ordering services through catalogs featuring clothing luggage bags jewelry model airplanes drinking glasses novelty items featuring mugs stuffed toys radios golf equipment chains beverage openers pens pencils mouse pads calculators
US Class Code(s): 100, 101, 102
Primary Class: Advertising; business management; business administration; office functions.
Class(es) Status: Active
First Use Anywhere: 10/15/1993
Information: You are viewing the WORLDGEAR logo. The name WORLDGEAR is registered as a Service Mark by the company Northwest Airlines, Inc.. This company is located on:
5101 Northwest Drive
St. Paul, MN 551113034.
WORLDGEAR sells goods and services of Mail order and telephone order catalog services and computerized online ordering services through the use of catalogs featuring clothing, luggage, bags, jewelry, model airplanes, drinking glasses, novelty items, featuring mugs and stuffed toys, radios, golf equipment, key chains, beverage openers, pens, pencils, mouse pads, and calculators. This logo and Service Mark was filed on August 24, 1998 and was first used on October 15, 1993.