Specialty first responder intervention kits consisting of adhesive bandages; bandages for skin wounds; elastic bandages; compression bandages; wristbands in the nature of a bracelet made of rubber, silicone, plastic, cloth, leather and imitation leather; jewelry, namely, bracelets and wristbands; headbands; children's blankets; baby blankets; blankets for medical purposes; blankets; throws; towels; temporary tattoo transfers similar to decals;...
On Friday, February 26, 2016, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
SCARE D KIT by
Joseph A. Scifo, Venice, CA 90291.
The USPTO has given the SCARE D KIT
trademark serial number of 86921956.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is NON-FINAL OFFICE ACTION ISSUED - CLARIFICATION NEEDED.
The correspondent listed for SCARE D KIT is
IRENE Y. LEE of
Russ August & Kabat, 12424 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1200, Los Angeles CA 90025
The SCARE D KIT trademark is filed in the category of
The description provided to the USPTO for SCARE D KIT
is Specialty first responder intervention kits consisting of adhesive bandages; bandages for skin wounds; elastic bandages; compression bandages; wristbands in the nature of a bracelet made of rubber, silicone, plastic, cloth, leather and imitation leather; jewelry, namely, bracelets and wristbands; headbands; children's blankets; baby blankets; blankets for medical purposes; blankets; throws; towels; temporary tattoo transfers similar to decals; body art stickers; stickers; pens; pencils; color pencils; drawing pencils; crayons; markers; erasers; note pads; coloring books; modeling clay; art and craft kits consisting of paper, pens, pencils, crayons, markers and stickers; baby and children's books; children's activity books; illustrated books for children; books in the nature of healthcare, medicine, medical assistance, personal self-development, healthy lifestyles, exercising, meditating, yoga, nutrition, food, reducing stress and anxiety, dealing and coping with injury, loss, pain, disaster, trauma, depression, anxiety, fear, recovery and rehabilitation, disaster relief aid, helping others in need of medical assistance, food and shelter, recognizing and dealing with post-traumatic stress, and physical and mental activities to improve bodily and cognitive functions; art paper; notebooks; writing or drawing paper pads; back packs; carry-all bags; carry bags sold filled with toys and art supplies; all-purpose carrying bags made of paper, cloth and plastic; note cards; stationary paper and envelopes; snack foods, namely, candy, gummy candies, chocolate candies, lollipops, bubble gum, candied fruit snacks, dehydrated fruit snacks, dried fruit, fruit-and nut-based snack bars, granola bars, snack bars, cookies, rice cakes, popcorn, nut-based snack foods, processed nuts; beverages, namely, bottled water, fruit flavored water, fruit-flavored juices, and boxed fruit juices; scented oils; audio speakers; digital audio, visual, and listening players and electronic devices with pre-recorded sounds, instructions, tutorials, voice messages, pictures, videos and music to help relax the body and mind and reduce stress through physical exercises, yoga poses, meditation, breathing techniques, physical and mental activities to improve bodily and cognitive functions; audio headphones; medical devices, namely bilateral, motorized vibrating devices for application near injection sites for reducing the pain during hypodermic needle injections; clothing, namely, shirts, shorts, pants, sweaters, jackets, gloves, mittens, hats, baseball caps, socks, and underwear; toys, namely, action figures, dolls, plush toys, toy animals, toy vehicles, namely, trucks, cars, airplanes and boats, puzzles, small electronic handheld devices for playing games, educational toys, balls, bubble makers, board games, card games, and playing cards; flashlights; therapeutic hot and cold therapy packs; medical purpose hot and cold gel packs; therapeutic hot and cold therapy packs accompanied or encased in a plush or stuffed animal especially designed for children; pamphlets, brochures, manuals, books, booklets, leaflets, informational flyers, informational sheets and newsletters containing information, instructions, procedures, advice, education, data, warnings, and announcements related to providing and receiving medical, physical and psychological treatment, care and assistance for children experiencing a traumatic event for emergency disaster relief responders, police officers, fire fighters, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, military, doctors, nurses, teachers, counselors, health professionals, safety workers, schools, humanitarian organizations, charity organizations, homeless shelters, disaster relief shelters.