The Donald isn’t alone in trying to capitalize on his famous last name. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is considering several Trump-related applications that came from outside the Trump Organization. ——James Nash The owner of a Connecticut car-restoration business conceived the Trump Fence
Company as a way to support Donald Trump. The company sells coffee mugs, T-shirts, and baseball caps with a logo resembling Trump’s own, but it doesn’t sell actual fencing. Phoenix entrepreneur Richard Fox, who has also requested trademarks for Sun Devil Champagne and Champagne Magazine, filed an application for Trump Champagne. Trump coins—they come in silver and copper, priced at $25 and $5, respectively— “express the anger of the people who distrust politicians and the badly broken U.S. political process,” California-based New Liberty Dollar said in a press release.
Logo filed with trademark application