Why should your community consider trademarking its name and logo?

Many communities rely upon name recognition and a certain style logo to attract attention from potential new purchasers as well as to enhance real property values for existing owners.  I live in a country club community that has a distinct font and logo which is intentionally highlighted on our association website, advertisements, business cards, stationary and, naturally, our community signage.   Read the article………..


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