SECURE SLING & STRAP Trademark Information

SMOLAK, ADAM PAUL

All-purpose nylon straps; All-purpose nylon straps featuring hook and loop fasteners; All-purpose straps comprised of synthetic textile materials; All-purpose tarpaulins of plastic; Anchoring ropes; Arrays of resilient plastic straps that may be arranged in prescribed angular orientations relative to each other to accommodate objects of different sizes, shapes and configurations in any one of a multiplicity of different arrangements; Belts, no...

Synthetic thread; Synthetic yarn; Twisted thread; Twisted threads and yarns; Twisted yarn

Words that describe this mark

allpurpose   nylon   straps   allpurpose   nylon   straps   featuring   hook   loop   fasteners   allpurpose   straps   comprised   synthetic   textile   materials   allpurpose   tarpaulins   plastic   anchoring   ropes   arrays   resilient   plastic   straps   arranged  

This is a brand page for the SECURE SLING & STRAP trademark by SMOLAK, ADAM PAUL  in Tucson, AZ, 85749.

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On Thursday, February 18, 2016, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for SECURE SLING & STRAP by SMOLAK, ADAM PAUL, Tucson, AZ 85749. The USPTO has given the SECURE SLING & STRAP trademark serial number of 86911591. The current federal status of this trademark filing is NON-FINAL OFFICE ACTION ISSUED - CLARIFICATION NEEDED. The correspondent listed for SECURE SLING & STRAP is SMOLAK, ADAM PAUL of 13651 E CAMINO LA CEBADILLA, TUCSON, AZ 85749, . The SECURE SLING & STRAP trademark is filed in the category of Ropes, Cordage and Fiber Products , Yarns and Threads . The description provided to the USPTO for SECURE SLING & STRAP is All-purpose nylon straps; All-purpose nylon straps featuring hook and loop fasteners; All-purpose straps comprised of synthetic textile materials; All-purpose tarpaulins of plastic; Anchoring ropes; Arrays of resilient plastic straps that may be arranged in prescribed angular orientations relative to each other to accommodate objects of different sizes, shapes and configurations in any one of a multiplicity of different arrangements; Belts, not of metal, for handling loads; Canvas tarpaulins; Car towing ropes; Cargo and carrier equipment for vehicles comprised of synthetic textile materials, excluding artificial leather, namely, tow ropes, tow straps, ratchet tie-down straps, quick release tie down straps, lashing straps, and tarp straps; Cargo slings of rope or fabric; Chemical fiber nettings; Cotton bags for industrial use; Disposable bulk container liners; Elastic bands for binding; Fabric and polyester mesh net used for storing toys and other household items; Heavy-duty bags for disposal of building materials and refuse; Heavy-duty bags for recycling and disposal of building materials; Heavy-duty bags for recycling and disposal of building materials, roofing shingles, bricks; Horticultural bags and sacks made of woven synthetic or natural fibers or plastics materials, all for use in growing any type of plant, shrub or tree; Industrial packaging containers of textile; Mesh bags for storage; Mountaineering ropes; Natural fibers for use as reinforcements and fillers in composite materials used in the manufacture of a variety of industrial and consumer goods; Non-metal bands for wrapping or binding; Non-metal net wrapping for pallets; Non-metal rigging chains; Non-metal slings for loading; Non-woven polymeric fibers for conversion into a variety of industrial and consumer goods; Nylon fibers for textile use; Nylon strapping or tie downs; Nylon straps for handling loads; Nylon support straps for holding planted trees in an upward position; Nylon tie down straps; Nylon towing straps; Nylon weed trimmer line; Outdoor blinds of textile; Packaging bags of textile material; Packing rope; Polyester fibers; Polyester plastic netting for packaging goods; Polyethylene adhesive patches for repair of torn or damaged high-density polyethylene plastic bags for the storage of construction materials like rocks, bricks, roofing shingles; Polypropylene bags used for the storage of construction materials like bricks, roofing shingles; Polypropylene straps for securing bundles; Protective unfitted liners for the cargo area of vehicles; Ropes; Ropes and synthetic ropes; Ropes for marine use; Ropes, not of metal; Rubber cable ties and straps for fastening and securing objects such as bundles of wire together; Sacks or bags for the transportation or storage of materials in bulk; Sheets of polypropylene netting used for decorating floral and gift arrangements and craft purposes; Synthetic fibers; Synthetic fibers and filaments for use in the manufacture of fabrics, textiles, yarns, and carpets; Synthetic fibres for textile use; Synthetic rope and webbing; Tarpaulins; Tarpaulins; Tarpaulins; Tarpaulins; Tarpaulins made from plastics coated materials; Tents; Tents; Tents comprised primarily of tensile fabric membrane; Tents for mountaineering or camping; Textile bags for merchandise packaging; Textile fibers; Textile fibres; Textile filaments; Tow; Tow ropes for automobiles; True hemp fiber; Twine; Twine for nets; Twine made of paper; Twines; Unfitted covers for boats and marine vehicles; Unfitted liners for the cargo area of vehicles; Unfitted vehicle covers; Vehicle covers, not fitted; Vehicle rescue apparatus, rope cables used to affix between vehicles to pull a jammed or stuck door of one of the vehicles; Wrapping or binding bands, not of metal; Yarn fibers; Slings, not of metal, for handling loads; Cables, not of metal; Glass fiber netting; Hemp; Hemp fibers; Hemp fibres; Hemp nettings; High-density polyethylene plastic bags for the storage of household items; Horticultural bags and sacks, bags and sacks made of woven synthetic or natural fibers or plastics materials, all for use in growing any type of plant, shrub or tree; Jute bags for industrial use; Jute fiber; Shock cords not of metal; Tow ropes for automobiles; True hemp fiber; Twine; Twine for nets; Twine made of paper; Twines.

Word mark: SECURE SLING & STRAP
Status/Status Date:
NON-FINAL OFFICE ACTION ISSUED - CLARIFICATION NEEDED
6/29/2016
Estimated Response Deadline: 12/29/2016
Serial Number: 86911591
Filing Date: 2/18/2016
Registration Number: NOT AVAILABLE
Registration Date: NOT AVAILABLE
Goods and Services: All-purpose nylon straps; All-purpose nylon straps featuring hook and loop fasteners; All-purpose straps comprised of synthetic textile materials; All-purpose tarpaulins of plastic; Anchoring ropes; Arrays of resilient plastic straps that may be arranged in prescribed angular orientations relative to each other to accommodate objects of different sizes, shapes and configurations in any one of a multiplicity of different arrangements; Belts, not of metal, for handling loads; Canvas tarpaulins; Car towing ropes; Cargo and carrier equipment for vehicles comprised of synthetic textile materials, excluding artificial leather, namely, tow ropes, tow straps, ratchet tie-down straps, quick release tie down straps, lashing straps, and tarp straps; Cargo slings of rope or fabric; Chemical fiber nettings; Cotton bags for industrial use; Disposable bulk container liners; Elastic bands for binding; Fabric and polyester mesh net used for storing toys and other household items; Heavy-duty bags for disposal of building materials and refuse; Heavy-duty bags for recycling and disposal of building materials; Heavy-duty bags for recycling and disposal of building materials, roofing shingles, bricks; Horticultural bags and sacks made of woven synthetic or natural fibers or plastics materials, all for use in growing any type of plant, shrub or tree; Industrial packaging containers of textile; Mesh bags for storage; Mountaineering ropes; Natural fibers for use as reinforcements and fillers in composite materials used in the manufacture of a variety of industrial and consumer goods; Non-metal bands for wrapping or binding; Non-metal net wrapping for pallets; Non-metal rigging chains; Non-metal slings for loading; Non-woven polymeric fibers for conversion into a variety of industrial and consumer goods; Nylon fibers for textile use; Nylon strapping or tie downs; Nylon straps for handling loads; Nylon support straps for holding planted trees in an upward position; Nylon tie down straps; Nylon towing straps; Nylon weed trimmer line; Outdoor blinds of textile; Packaging bags of textile material; Packing rope; Polyester fibers; Polyester plastic netting for packaging goods; Polyethylene adhesive patches for repair of torn or damaged high-density polyethylene plastic bags for the storage of construction materials like rocks, bricks, roofing shingles; Polypropylene bags used for the storage of construction materials like bricks, roofing shingles; Polypropylene straps for securing bundles; Protective unfitted liners for the cargo area of vehicles; Ropes; Ropes and synthetic ropes; Ropes for marine use; Ropes, not of metal; Rubber cable ties and straps for fastening and securing objects such as bundles of wire together; Sacks or bags for the transportation or storage of materials in bulk; Sheets of polypropylene netting used for decorating floral and gift arrangements and craft purposes; Synthetic fibers; Synthetic fibers and filaments for use in the manufacture of fabrics, textiles, yarns, and carpets; Synthetic fibres for textile use; Synthetic rope and webbing; Tarpaulins; Tarpaulins; Tarpaulins; Tarpaulins; Tarpaulins made from plastics coated materials; Tents; Tents; Tents comprised primarily of tensile fabric membrane; Tents for mountaineering or camping; Textile bags for merchandise packaging; Textile fibers; Textile fibres; Textile filaments; Tow; Tow ropes for automobiles; True hemp fiber; Twine; Twine for nets; Twine made of paper; Twines; Unfitted covers for boats and marine vehicles; Unfitted liners for the cargo area of vehicles; Unfitted vehicle covers; Vehicle covers, not fitted; Vehicle rescue apparatus, rope cables used to affix between vehicles to pull a jammed or stuck door of one of the vehicles; Wrapping or binding bands, not of metal; Yarn fibers; Slings, not of metal, for handling loads; Cables, not of metal; Glass fiber netting; Hemp; Hemp fibers; Hemp fibres; Hemp nettings; High-density polyethylene plastic bags for the storage of household items; Horticultural bags and sacks, bags and sacks made of woven synthetic or natural fibers or plastics materials, all for use in growing any type of plant, shrub or tree; Jute bags for industrial use; Jute fiber; Shock cords not of metal; Tow ropes for automobiles; True hemp fiber; Twine; Twine for nets; Twine made of paper; Twines
Mark Description: The mark consists of the stylized text "Secure Sling & Strap".
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Published For Opposition Date: N/A
Last Applicant/Owner: SMOLAK, ADAM PAUL
Tucson, AZ 85749
Mark Drawing Code: Drawing with Words in Stylized form
Design Search: (NO DATA)
Register Type: Principal
Disclaimer: (NOT AVAILABLE)
Correspondent:
13651 E CAMINO LA CEBADILLA
TUCSON, AZ 85749

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Current Trademark Status:
6/29/2016
NON-FINAL OFFICE ACTION ISSUED - CLARIFICATION NEEDED
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