InterContinental IP would like to congratulate our client and local inventor Corey Carrillo of Solana Beach, CA for a Patent Issued on his invention of a display rack.
This display rack is intended for the sale of removable textured deck applications for miniature skateboards. This invention relates to the general field of display racks, and more specifically, to a rack that can display textured deck applications for miniature skateboards which can also serve as a miniature test course for a prospective customer.
The display rack has a base heavy enough to keep the display rack upright, with one or more miniature skate park features such as quarter pipes, grind rails, ramps, steps, or other testing obstacles and surfaces upon which a finger skateboard can be used. The testing surface is sloped downward to allow for advertising logos and other insignia to be affixed in a viewable location.
Patent Issued February 28, 2012; US Patent Number US 8,123,050 B2
Once again, congrats to Corey on his addition to his list of successes. For information on how to get a patent issued for your idea, visit the many resources on the internet or contact InterContinental IP for information.
To view this patent and to search other patents please visit the United States Patent and Trademark Office website.read more
Carlsbad InterContinental IP News
InterContinental IP successfully defends 16-year old trademark holder, client Corey Carrillo. In David Chan v. Corey Carrillo, the TTAB ruled in favor of InterContinentalIP’s client, 16-year old Corey Carrillo, dismissing Mr. Chan’s complaint with prejudice (which means he is out of luck in trying to challenge us again). Too bad a 16-year old trademark holder has to defend himself, but the TTAB did the right thing in this case.
Mr. Carrillo is the inventor, manufacturer, and distributor of the “Grip Ur Deck” customized and customizable grip tape decks for fingerboards.read more