TODAY’S TRADEMARK: JOHN DEERE
Founded in 1837 by a blacksmith named John Deere in Grand Detour, Illinois, the company manufactures agricultural, construction, forestry machinery, diesel engines, lawn care equipment, and many more. The creation of a steel plow for the farmers of the village gave John Deere a breakthrough in 1837. The reason for the increased popularity of this plow was that it was not required to be washed frequently as mud did not stick to it.
The company is presently headquartered at Moline, Illinois is one of the largest agricultural machinery company in the world and serves its customers around the globe with its innovative machinery.
The company registered its trademark on 3rd June 1913 under the USPTO with the registration number 91860. The use of cutting-edge technology in the field of agriculture and construction makes it today’s trademark.