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Ohio State awarded THE trademark for certain apparel

Por: 10 WBNS Sports June 23, 2022

COLUMBUS, Ohio — was awarded a trademark on the word THE by the United States Patent and Trademark Office this week. The university received the trademark for THE on branded products associated with and sold through athletics and collegiate channels. Those products include hats, baseball caps and t-shirts.  Credit: Ohio State/Nike THE has been a rallying cry in the Ohio State community for many years, and Buckeye fans who purchase official... + full article



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