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mccannable

Using manufactures logos on signage at shop?

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Is there legal issues as advertising ourselves as "BMW Specialist" using the BMW logo on the banner? This is just an example, looking to purchase some feather banners but the local sign guy said we cannot use them, not he cannot print them...

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