Terry Rozier Trademarks
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September 6, 2023
Terry Rozier is a professional basketball player in the National Basketball Association. He plays guard for the Charlotte Hornets.
Terry William Rozier III was born on March 17, 1994, in Youngstown, Ohio, where he was raised by his mother and his grandmother, alongside his brother and sister. He played high school basketball at Shaker Heights High School in Shaker Heights, Ohio, where he graduated in 2012. During his senior year at Shaker Heights, he scored an average of 25.6 points per game, along with 6.5 rebounds, 4.5 assists, and 4.7 steals per game, helping his team on to the regional semi-finals. He decided to attend the University of Louisville.
Due to his grades, Rozier had to first attend Hargrave Military Academy, where he also played basketball. During his time there he recorded almost 30 points and eight rebounds per game. He played in the 2012 Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic and earned the game MVP.
Rozier played basketball for two seasons at the University of Louisville. He played in 37 games as a freshman and recorded about seven points per game. In his sophomore year, he led the team, scoring more than 17 points per game. He earned second-team All-ACC honors before declaring for the NBA Draft.
During the 2015 NBA Draft, Rozier was taken 16th by the Boston Celtics. While he spent a good amount of his rookie season playing for the Celtic’s D-League affiliate, the Maine Red Claws, he also played in 39 games for the Celtics that year. He scored seven points during the regular season twice and put up ten points in his first playoff game.
Rozier recorded an eleven-point game against the Pacers in November of the 2016 season and a little more than a week later he set a new best of 12, this time against the Minnesota Timberwolves. In December, he scored 16 against the Magic and then recorded his first professional double-double in a loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.
Early the next season, Rozier put up 23 points against the Magic and two weeks later sealed a victory against the Pacers with a dunk with just one and a half seconds on the clock. On January 31, 2018, Rozier made his first start for the Celtics in a game against the New York Knicks. He recorded 17 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists giving him his first professional triple-double. This made him only the second player in the history of the NBA (behind Tony Wroten) to score a triple-double in their very first start. He set a new career high just two days later, by scoring 31 points against the Hawks and soon bested that with 33 points against the Kings.
Rozier, who was playing, in place of the injured Kyrie Irving, helped his team to reach the playoffs. He scored more than 20 points twice during the first round series, which went to seven games, against the Milwaukee Bucks. He scored 29 points in the first game of the second round against the Philadelphia 76ers and 28 points in a loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in game six of the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Celtics traded Rozier to the Charlotte Hornets in 2019, where he signed a three-year $56 million contract. In December of that year, he would put up a career-high 35 points against the Cleveland Cavaliers, which he would best at the end of the season, by scoring 40 points against the Atlanta Hawks. During the 2020-2021 season, he set a new high, scoring 42 points against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In 2018, Rozier founded the Terry Rozier Foundation, also called 12 Blessings, which hopes to motivate people to “Be a Blessing” to urban youth. In 2018, the Terry Rozier Foundation applied for a trademark for “THE TERRY ROZIER FOUNDATION” and “12 BLESSINGS” for charitable foundation services. Additionally, the foundation filed a trademark application for “HUMBLE AND HARD WORK” for charitable services in 2021.
Rozier personally obtained a federal trademark registration for “GMB” for online retail store services in 2022. He also applied for a trademark registration for “GMB” for animal breeding and kennel services the next year.
Additionally, in 2021, he applied for a trademark for “TRIANGLE BLOKK BOYS” and “5EVA” for use with hats, shirts, footwear, and other athletic apparel.
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IC 036. US 100 101 102. G & S Charitable foundation services, namely, providing financial assistance for programs and services of others; Charitable foundation services, namely, providing fundraising activities, supplemental funding, capital improvement funding, scholarships and financial assistance for programs and services of others. FIRST USE: 20220218. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20220218.
IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Hats; Shirts; Athletic footwear; Athletic jackets; Athletic pants; Athletic shoes; Athletic shorts; Athletic tights; Athletic shirts; Sport shirts; Sports caps and hats; T-shirts; Tee shirts.
IC 044. US 100 101. G & S Animal breeding; Breeding services for domestic pets, namely, dogs and cats; Kennel services, namely, dog breeding services.
IC 035. US 100 101 102. G & S On-line retail store services featuring clothing, headwear, bags, packs, and other accessories. FIRST USE: 20190315. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20190315.
IC 036. US 100 101 102. G & S Charitable foundation services, namely, providing financial assistance for programs and services of others; Charitable foundation services, namely, providing fundraising activities, supplemental funding, capital improvement funding, scholarships and financial assistance for programs and services of others. FIRST USE: 20190700. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20190700.
IC 036. US 100 101 102. G & S Charitable foundation services, namely, providing financial assistance for programs and services of others; Charitable foundation services, namely, providing fundraising activities, supplemental funding, capital improvement funding, scholarships and financial assistance for programs and services of others. FIRST USE: 20180518. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20180728.