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mark with a brand or trademark

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brandmark's trifecta of stylised meems highlights the important urban
Among these elements is the use of hand-done illustrations for both the brandmark leaves and the flavors to telegraph the care and thoughtfulness put into the products.
(OTC: MIXX) has acquired 100% of the shares of US-based snack foods, beverage products and sports nutritional products distributor BrandMark Products, Inc., the company said.
You can still see the seal of the Trinity guild, a sort of brandmark with which the guild would have authenticated its documents, in the National Museum in Cathays Park.
A fresh brandmark and office spaces reflect their new direction.Adam Booth, Omnia Middle East Managing Director, commented on the agency's need for change: "The only way to succeed in this industry is by evolving, and we have thrown ourselves into this process wholeheartedly.
The network's branding retains the signature colour purple, which was established at its inception from the merger of JWT and Ogilvy & Mather media departments in 1997, but includes a complete refresh of the agency's brandmark and visual identity.
By focusing on products that bear the Nortel Compatible Product brandmark, such as E911 Manager, customers may realize a reduction in total cost of ownership, as these products have been verified to use established, supported Nortel interfaces and integration specifications.
2, June 29, 1850) he writes, "There's not a spot in all this dear land, / Where Tyranny's cursed brandmark is not seen." (20) Similarly in "The Earth For All" (MLL, pp.
Big Wild Life." When taken together, the two become Anchorage's new brandmark.
Smith's Bake & Serve, a division of Schwan's Bakery, based in Suwannee, Ga.: "It's important that the colors used contrast from the competitive set on the shelf, that the color of the brand is used consistently and that the brandmark is anchored in a color that will stand out."
In similar terms Wendy Brandmark argues that the "central irony" of the book is Ono's rejection of "the art of the floating world"; he breaks away from the colony because he finds their work too "ephemeral"; but what he discovers after the war is that the political ideals through which he sought intransigence "were indeed transitory" (1).
The company is able to call upon its brandmark to make the creative execution of special programs appear exclusive to Piggly Wiggly.
NEW YORK-DuPont is sporting a new seal, which the company said illustrates its growth beyond fiberfill into other product compositions and a brandmark that symbolizes quality.
Mansell has marketed a huge range of golf and leisure gear that bears his helmet design as a brandmark. The marriage of his two loves makes sound business sense and he told me: "Why not?