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TechRadAR has exclusive coverage of the Redskins’ trademark registrations.
A trademark registration is a legal document that gives permission for a trademark to be used.
Trademarks can be registered in more than one state, such as the US, Canada and Mexico.
The Washington Redskins trademark registration allows for the use of their trademark to refer to a number of different products.
The trademarks are being used in a number to a variety of different ways and are often not the only ones used.
For example, the Redskins trademark includes the words “WASHINGTON REDSKINS” in the middle of the logo, but the trademark for the company is the Washington Redskins.
The Redskins are currently the only team in the NFL that uses the trademark “WASH-PARKERS”.
The Washington Redskins have previously used the trademark to describe a number products including, the “Washington Redskins” ball caps, a number from the Washington Capitals, the Washington Wizards’ jerseys, and the Washington Huskies football helmet.
The Redskins have also used the trademarks to refer both to their home stadium and to other Washington teams.
The name of the team is also a reference to the state of Washington.
The Washington team’s trademark application was filed on July 26, 2019.
The registration states the Redskins will be using the trademarks “WEST COAST REDGERS” and “WASHINGTON REDSKIN” throughout the year.
The trademark registrations are being held by the Office of the Trademark Examiner in Washington, DC.
The application was accepted by the Trademark Examiner and will be evaluated for further consideration.