Palin Trademark Refused - Event Canceled After Sarah Palin Backlash
By Tim Morgan
Feb 6, 2011
Sarah Palin and daughter Bristol Palin have sought to register trademarks on their names. The two reality TV stars wanted to have their names protected, however they did not complete the registration process, according to a report.
Sarah Palin and daughter Bristol failed in a bid to get their names trademarked because they forgot to sign the applications, according to an ABC News report.
Frum Forum claims, "The Palins wanted to protect their names for “educational and entertainment services, namely, providing motivational-speaking services in the field of life choices,” according to rejected app, filed on Nov. 5."
They are free to file again.
More woes for Sarah...Palin was to speak at the Patriots & Warriors Gala at the Infinity Park Event Center in Glendale, Colorado, but the vent has been canceled.
According to the Denver Post, the group said Saturday that the event had been canceled because of "safety concerns resulting from an onslaught of negative feedback received by the organization."
"Due to an onslaught of personal attacks against Gov. Palin and others associated with her appearance, it is with deep sadness and disappointment that, in the best interest of all, we cancel the event for safety concerns," according to the news release.
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