Today’s Trademark- United States Polo Association
Established in the year 1890 The United States Polo Association (USPA) is the national body for polo sports in the United States. Their main objective is the promotion of polo and also to coordinate the activities of its Member Clubs and Registered Players. It plays a supervisory role by supervising and arranging polo tournaments.
It also works as a rulemaking body by framing conditions for those tournaments it arranges, competitions, and games, including the safety and welfare of participants and mounts.
It also provides resources to over 4500 individual members and 250 polo clubs across the U.S. and Canada.
This body functioning in the US has established a number of programs for new players to learn the sport, including Regional Polo Centers and clubs that host schools and lessons across the country. The organization also coordinates youth polo programs and competitions through Interscholastic/Intercollegiate polo and Pony Club.
In the year 2012, a special feature on polo’s resurgence in America was aired in, “60 Minutes”. It included several interviews with dedicated players and ambassadors in the United States.
The trademark of this company was registered in USPTO bearing registration number 1804895. The mark was registered on 16th November 1993.