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No more Jacuzzis in Center Parks |  for travel

No more Jacuzzis in Center Parks | for travel

Parkes Centre, the operator of the Dutch holiday park, no longer uses the word “jacuzzi” in its communications. This was reported by De Telegraaf. A law firm has sent threatening letters on behalf of a US Jacuzzi company regarding the brand name.




Lawyers’ requests to “stop and stop” infringement of the protected brand name of hot tubs, according to the newspaper, are part of Jacuzzi Inc’s battle. persistent. To protect its “world-famous and iconic brand”.

For example, a few years ago, the Dutch web store jacuzzis.nl was forced to transfer its domain name to the American company. Jacuzzi wants to prevent his trademark from becoming a generic name, and as a result the trademark rights will expire.

The Jacuzzi is named after the Italian-American inventor Candido Jacuzzi (1903-1986). Developed a water pump for hot tubs. His 15-month-old son Kenny suffered from early rheumatism, so dad invented a pump that could turn his bathtub into a healing bubble bath. He immediately patented his invention and his name became a household name in health centers around the world.

Candido Jacuzzi (1903-1986). © RV

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