(St. Louis, MO) – Anheuser-Busch is at again with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The company filed applications between late April and early May for 42 airport codes. That is $11,550 in trademark application filing fees. The class of goods for each filing is ‘beer.’ One airport code that is not on the list is TPA, Tampa International Airport. The airport reported last month that Cigar City opened the country’s first airport brewery there.
As for the 14 area codes for which Anheuser-Busch filed trademark applications last May, the USPTO just granted an extension on Monday for the brewery to complete further requirements in registering the marks.
The company also recently filed trademark applications for “hockey tickets for life” and “football tickets for life” so at least a couple people out there are about to get lucky.
Below is the full list of airport codes for which Anheuser-Busch filed trademark applications.