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The big lesson here: if you are selling others' products, you can, of course, refer to their trademarks to tell the world that you sell those products. Having said that, you need to be very careful not to falsely suggest any special relationship you have (or allegedly have) with the trademark owner. Make sure your marketing doesn't lead you to a big lawsuit.

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