Disclaimer & Logo License
Drink Your Carbs Trademark Use Guidelines
Drink Your Carbs (“DYC”) is the exclusive owner of Drink Your Carbs® and DYC® trademarks and logos below (the “Trademarks”). The DYC Trademark Use Guidelines are to encourage widespread use of the DYC trademarks while maintaining the integrity of the Trademarks and to protect them from inappropriate or unauthorized use.
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You may use the Trademarks solely for the purpose of demarcating food and drink items that are compatible with the Rules of Drink Your Carbs (“Rules”) and the DYC Food List. The logos may only be used in their standard form, color, font and combination as indicated herein. Any scaling must retain the original proportions of the logo.
DYC reserves the right to revoke your right to use the Trademarks by providing notice to you at any time for any reason. For example, if you place the Trademarks next to a food or drink item which is not consistent with the Rules or Food List. DYC and the related food item must be shown only in the best light and in a manner or context that reflects favorably on the DYC brand.
You must obtain written permission from DYC to use any of the Trademarks under any circumstances other than those expressly set forth above. If you wish to have permission for any of the uses above or for any other use that is not expressly set forth the Permitted Use section above, please contact us.
▪ Any commercial use, including advertising or merchandising of products or services other than as expressly listed in the Rules or the Food List, e.g., such as on t-shirts, hats, liquor bottles, etc. requires the express written permission from DYC.
Restrictions on Use
The following uses are not permitted:
▪ Use in combination with any other marks or logos. This include use of a Trademark in a manner that creates a “combined mark,” or use that integrates other wording with the Trademark in a way that the public may think of the use as a new mark (for example Club DYC or DYCBooks, or in a way that by use of special fonts or presentation with nearby words or images conveys an impression that the two are tied in some way).
▪ Use in a way which implies an endorsement, or which attempts to unfairly or confusingly capitalize on the goodwill or brand of the project.
▪ Use of a Trademark in a manner that is disparaging to DYC its products or otherwise casts DYC in a false or negative light.