HandballCity.com trademarks and
A trademark is a way a company displays
their name or brand that distinguishes it from others for commerce.
Trademarks can be a word or series of words that a company uses to
promote their products within their industry. Trademarks can also be
images or logos that connect itself to a company.
The use of any Trademarks (TM) affiliated
with HandballCity.com and its parent
company Handball innovations; which consists of the (NHA - National
Handball Association), (XHL - Xtreme Handball), (HandballCity.com),
(Monsters of Handball) and (HBC) are prohibited without written
permission by HandballCity and its affiliates. The use of Trademark (TM)
slogans (New York City's most Extreme sport), and (Welcome to the
Future...) are prohibited without written permission by HandballCity and
its affiliates. The use of (HandballCity.com, Handball innovations,
National Handball Association, Xtreme Handball, Monsters of Handball,
and HBC) LOGOS are prohibited without written permission by HandballCity/Handball
innovations. Any violation of Trademark policies will be dealt with
swift legal action.
Trademark Logos are as follows:
NHA - National
XHL - Xtreme
MOH - Monsters of
Handball innovations -
Logo is coming soon!!!
The use of Handball innovations,
HandballCity.com, National Handball Association, Xtreme Handball,
Monsters of Handball, and HBC, and its slogans and logos are prohibited
to use to promote anything, sell products, disguise as your own, and use
in any reference that falsely slanders our reputation.
Acceptable use of word Trademarks are as
follows: On Handball Tournament flyers, you may say "For more
information go to HandballCity.com. You may use word Trademarks
referencing Handball innovations and its affiliates in articles,
reviews, and other media outlets whether positive or negative. You may
publish links on your websites with our word marks, as long as it is
linking to the HandballCity.com and it's affiliated websites.
If you have any questions regarding the use of Trademarks or Logos, or
seeking permission for use.
Jimmy Russo –