These Millennial Moose Trademarks Usage Guidelines (these “Guidelines”) outline how we permit the use of Millennial Moose’s trademarks, brandnames, tradenames, service marks, service names, domain names and logos (collectively, “Millennial Moose Trademarks”).
We have developed these Guidelines with the following goals in mind: We wish to make it easy for anyone to use the Millennial Moose Trademarks for Community-Oriented Efforts in a manner that helps to spread and improve Millennial Moose.
For the sake of these guidelines, “Community-Oriented Effort”means a non-profit project or meetup, which is made to encourage the use of the Millennial Moose.
If you wish to use the Millennial Moose name in a for-profit project, please contact us as specified below.
We wish to make it clear how Community Oriented Efforts can, or cannot, use the Millennial Moose Trademarks.
We wish to prevent anyone from using the Millennial Moose Trademarks in an unfair profit form and to trick or confuse people who are looking for resources officially released by Millennial Moose.
You acknowledge and agree that we are the sole and exclusive owners of the Millennial Moose Trademarks, and that we retain all intellectual property rights in and to the Millennial Moose Trademarks and goodwill associated with Millennial Moose Trademarks and any goodwill generated by your use of any Millennial Moose Trademarks will inure to our exclusive benefit.
You shall at no time contest, challenge, encourage or aid third-parties in contesting the validity or ownership of any Millennial Moose Trademarks or take any action in derogation of our rights therein, including, without limitation, applying to register any trademark, tradename or other designation that is confusingly similar in any way to the Millennial Moose Trademarks.
1. Our License
Your use of the Millennial Moose Trademarks is not displayed in a manner that implies that your project, products and/or services are endorsed or sponsored by Millennial Moose.
For example, organizing an “Millennial Moose Support Forum” might be confusing, and therefore we request that you state that your website is a “Support Forum For Millennial Moose.”
Using the Millennial Moose Trademarks’ colors as a part of your website’s branding is ok, but you shall not do so if this misleads people to think that the website is a formal Millennial Moose site.
Any deceptive practices, such as using domain names that are meant to mislead people to think that they are using an official Millennial Moose website, are prohibited.
4. Don’t Advertise
5. Your Own Risk
We reserve the right, exercisable at our sole discretion, to take appropriate action against any use without permission or any use that does not conform to these Guidelines.
A few examples to help you understand how to apply these Guidelines:
- You want to open a Meetup group for Millennial Moose users in your area, and you call it “Millennial Moose Designers Meetup Group – Columbus.”
- You can set up a banner ad promoting Millennial Moose with Millennial Moose Trademarks and your affiliate link
- You can create a podcast ad using the Millennial Moose name and your affiliate coupon/link.
- You organize a meetup and call it “Millennial Moose 2020 Meetup.”
- You set up a website called “Millennial Moose-Designs.com.”
- You set up a website called “Millennial Moose-Jobs.io.”
- You set up a website called “Millennial Moose-coupons.co”
9. Ask Us
When in doubt about your use of the Millennial Moose name or logo, please contact email@example.com for clarification.
This may be relevant if you want to use Millennial Moose Trademarks as a part of your conference, website, group or other logo or if you’re planning on selling any physical product, T-shirts, cups, sweaters or just print stickers.