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Where Can I get this bumper sticker?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by cyclopsshooter, Jan 1, 2013.

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  1. cyclopsshooter

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    I got mine at cafepress, but I don't think they have them anymore.
     
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    Thanks Jorg! That was ever so helpful of you!
     
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    I don't know of anyone who makes it.

    You might try going through CafePress--you obviously have the images, so convert them to jpgs and build an image that fits the confines of their bumper sticker.

    The problem is that you have a product that is composed of copyrighted images / trademarks of other, known companies. With that in mind, secure their permission to use their trademark for non-profit purposes, and then put the typical notice that these trademarks are...respective owners, whatever the legal language for that.

    Be prepared to submit it and hear nothing. Then inquire, and explain that you have secured the permission, etc. and be prepared to demonstrate that. With that info at hand, they will probably make it for you.

    I prepared a 'controversial' t-shirt on their using JPFO images of famous US antigun politicians, etc., along the lines of the slogan "all those in favor of gun control raise their right hand"--but I copyrighted it myself on behalf of the JPFO and assigned it to them. Cafepress then made items for me with that imprint.

    Good luck with it.

    added on edit: looks like others know a lot more than I do--at least you have some paths to follow now.

    Jim H.
     
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