Today’s Trademark- Chevron
On June 17, 1935, the mark Chevron was used commercially for the first time in USA. To mark this day, Lex Protector International Law Office presents petroleum and energy giant, ‘Chevron’ as ‘Today’s Trademark’.
Chevron got registration over their mark in USPTO on February 14, 1939, with registration number 364683. Chevron is an American energy corporation based in California, USA. Chevron is a result of the break up Standard Oil in 1911. After break up from Standard Oil, it was known as Standard Oil Co. (California). In 1926, the Company changed its name to Standard Oil Company of California (SALCO), which later changed to Chevron. Chevron is the second biggest oil and gas producer in US, after Exxon. It is the 13th largest oil company in the world by revenue. Chevron has business all around the globe with extensive presence in 31 countries. Chevron has found its place among Fortune Global 500 Company, ranked at 45.
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