Photo Source: YARDBARKER The Super Bowl is the largest game of the year for the National Football League ("NFL"). Last year, 62,417 fans sat in the stands and watched the Kansas City Chiefs defeat the San Francisco 49ers. This Sunday, February 7, it will be a different experience for fans who are attending to watch... Continue Reading →
While it is common for sports leagues and organizations to be protective of their trademarks, the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has unique trademark rights over various Olympic-related trademarks that no other American organization has. The 2020 Summer Olympics will be held in Tokyo in just over a year from now. In preparation for the... Continue Reading →
After watching that snooze-inducing game, the answer would be a resounding no. However, that question is not regarding the game itself, it is directed at the amount of money Atlanta residents paid to build the immaculate Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Tide knew it had a winner this year. This is clear by the advertising strategy the company employed during this year's annual crop of Super Bowl commercials. Not only did Tide hire Hawkins Chief of Police, Jim Hopper, (Stranger Things reference for Hulu subscribers) to be its spokesperson, but the company used a per-quarter advertising... Continue Reading →