Like any holiday or cultural event, Thanksgiving has trademarks associated with it. I love the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I realize the parade is one giant 3 hour commercial. It is brands and trademarks galore!

In the past, I’ve blogged about some fun Thanksgiving and turkey themed trademarks (see 2018 and 2015). Here are more, all of these are pending and we filed at the USPTO in 2019:

  • THANKSGIVING PIE FIGHT – Entertainment and educational services in the nature of television and multimedia program series featuring subjects of general human interest distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing entertainment information to others via a global computer network
  • THANKSGIVING IS JUST A REHEARSAL DINNER FOR CHRISTMAS – Bags, mugs, shirts
  • ULTIMATE THANKSGIVING CHALLENGE – Entertainment and educational services in the nature of television and multimedia program series featuring subjects of general human interest distributed via various platforms across multiple forms of transmission media; providing entertainment information to others via a global computer network
  • TALK TURKEY TO ME – Paper banners; Paper party decorations
  • THANKSGRILLING – Retail store services featuring hardware, paint and home improvement goods; retail store services featuring grills and grill accessories; promoting the goods and others sold at a retail hardware store, namely, providing information regarding discounts, coupons, rebates, vouchers and special offers for the goods of others
  • THANKSGIVING FAMILY DINNER SURVIVOR – apparel
  • THE OFFICIAL BEER OF TURKEY TROTTER (Anheuser-Busch) – beer
  • FRIED TURKEYS ARE THE BEST TASTING TURKEYS! – electric fryers
  • turkey turkey – snow tube
  • BETTER THAN TURKEY – Plant-based meat substitutes; meat substitutes
  • TURKEY TUESDAY – Organizing and conducting a charitable event, namely, collection of food stuffs for donation (since 1992)
  • THANKSGIFTING – Providing incentive award programs for customers for the purpose of promoting and rewarding loyalty


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