Trademark News & Screw-ups 'Taco Tuesday' trademark trouble for Wyoming brewery

At which point does a small business that everyone's so eager to support becomes the evil corporate establishment? When it makes its first million? Its first 10 million? It's first 100 million? It's the same people who've poured their heart, soul, time, energy, and money into building the business. They were just better than those who haven't seen real success yet. So to say that Taco John's should simply let one of their most valuable assets vanish into thin air because they've made too much money is not only ridiculous. It's insulting. Good that they're standing up for themselves and their business.

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