Trademark: 88324792
Word
GENERAL FORMULATIONS
Status
Pending
Status Code
630
Status Date
Thursday, March 7, 2019
Serial Number
88324792
Filing Date
Monday, March 4, 2019

Trademark Owner History

Classifications
16 Adhesive plastic film used for mounting images; adhesive labels; pressure-sensitive adhesive label stock; removable adhesive coated printable plastic film for wall graphics; printable adhesive plastic film for graphic digital media; self-adhesive printable plastic in sheet or roll form for use with printers as a medium upon which information and graphics can be printed; self-adhesive printable plastic in sheet or roll form for signage, mural and large format graphics; adhesive-backed PVC film for wrapping commercial vehicles for advertising or other promotional purposes
17 Pressure sensitive vinyl film used to apply or mount graphics and messages to surfaces; laminates, films and flexible plastic sheets for use in making signs; pressure-sensitive adhesive coated films used for mounting and protecting graphics and images; flexible, adhesive, industrial and outdoor marking film used in making signs and graphics; plastic films for use in the manufacture of reflective labels, decals and decorative trim; printable adhesive-backed films for use in the manufacture of labels, decals, signage, nameplates and large format graphics; pressure-sensitive adhesive label stock; opaque, translucent and clear film for automotive exteriors; vinyl films for vehicle and automotive exteriors; vinyl films for making signs and large format graphics; plastic films for automotive exteriors; plastic films for making signs and large format graphics; cast and calendered vinyl films for making signs and retail graphics
20 Plastic adhesive labels
The mark consists of the stylized words 'General Formulations' adjacent to a design consisting of two stacked square shapes, with the upper right corner of the top square partially rolled to the center of the square.

Trademark Events
Mar 7, 2019
New Application Entered In Tram

Trademark Alertz updated from USPTO on 2019-03-21