How Many Trademarks Does Jimmy Buffett Have? Well over 300 Jimmy Buffett Trademarks

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How Many Trademarks Jimmy Buffett Have? As of September 7, 2023, there are 333 live trademark records corresponding to trademark applications and registrations. That’s more than Taylor Swift’s Branding. Counting US trademark filings in total, both live and abandoned applications, the number is nearing 1,000. Scroll to the bottom to see the complete list of live US Trademarks for Jimmy Buffet (Margaritaville Enterprises, LLC).

The latest Jimmy Buffett trademark filings are NOBODY WORKS ON FRIDAY, BUBBLES UP, and LIKE MY DOG, which were filed after Jimmy Buffett’s death.

Two New Jimmy Buffett Trademark Applications for NOBODY WORKS ON FRIDAY Filed After His Death

Expect a forthcoming release… On September 5, 2023, two Jimmy Buffett trademark applications for NOBODY WORKS ON FRIDAY were filed by Margaritaville Enterprises, LLC. NOBODY WORKS ON FRIDAY corresponds to a song that was briefly released on August 18, 2023 on Radio Margaritaville, but is not yet available online. One Jimmy Buffett trademark application is for entertainment services and the other is for apparel.

Two New Jimmy Buffett Trademark Applications for BUBBLES UP

Margaritaville Enterprises, LLC also filed two intent to use trademark applications for BUBBLES UP on September 5, 2023. One for restaurant and bar services, and the other for apparel. BUBBLES UP appears to be a Jimmy Buffett song that was published on YouTube on September 3, 2023, and is now removed from YouTube

Two New Jimmy Buffett Trademark Applications for LIKE MY DOG and one for EQUAL STRAIN ON ALL PARTS

On September 5, 2023, two Jimmy Buffett trademark applications for LIKE MY DOG were filed for pet collars, leashes, and pet clothing, and also a trademark for Headwear; Shirts; Sweatshirts. On August 30, 2023 published a post discussing Jimmy performing the song Like My Dog, but at the time of writing this article, the site is down.

Jimmy Buffett Trademarks Like My Dog Video

There also was a video titled Like My Dog on Jimmy Buffett Official Youtube Page, but that is now taken offline.

The Jimmy Buffett Song Bubbles Up Was Also Published on Youtube, but is now unavailable.

Jimmy Buffett Trademarks Bubbles Up Youtube

About Jimmy Buffett

Jimmy Buffett (1946-2023) was an American singer-songwriter, musician, author, and businessman. He was best known for his tropical rock music, which often portrays a lifestyle described as “island escapism”. He is an icon of Key West.

Buffett recorded hit songs known as “The Big 8”: “Margaritaville” (1977), which is ranked 234th on the Recording Industry Association of America’s list of “Songs of the Century”; “Come Monday” (1974); “Fins” (1979); “Volcano” (1979); “A Pirate Looks at Forty” (1974); “Cheeseburger in Paradise” (1978); “Why Don’t We Get Drunk” (1973); and “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes” (1977).

Buffett was born on Christmas day 1946 in Pascagoula, Mississippi and raised in the port town of Mobile, Alabama. His music is characterized by its laid-back island sound and its lyrics about beaches, boats, and tropical drinks. His songs often evoke a sense of escapism and adventure. Buffett’s concerts are known for their festive atmosphere and his fans, known as Parrotheads, often dress in tropical attire and party hats.

In addition to his music career, Buffett has also been successful in business. He is the man behind trademarked brands for restaurants, merchandise, LANDSHARK Beer, real estate, retail stores, as well as a cruise line and a record label.

Jimmy Buffett Trademark Registration

A Detailed List of Jimmy Buffett Trademarks

See a detailed list of Jimmy Buffett trademarks, applications, and trademarked names owned by Margaritaville Enterprises, LLC, which in some obvious way tied to Jimmy Buffett’s identity and brand.

Here’s a Comprehensive List of Trademarks Owned by Jimmy Buffett (Margaritaville Enterprises, LLC)

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