t-shirt seller sued over steelers\' terrible towel trademark
Pittsburgh Steelers and a school for students with disabilities sue one for selling T-
Shirt that allegedly violates the trademark of Terrible Towel, yellow-and-
Black cloth is often confused by football fans.
The lawsuit claimed that Eugene Berry Enterprise Co. , Ltd. was responsible for the \"terrible T-
Court documents say they have been selling shirts with the words and the \"original Pittsburgh\" printed on them.
Lawyers at Allegheny Valley School, which has a Terrible Towel trademark, demanded that the company withdraw its application before its owner tries to print more shirts, the document said.
According to the suit, the company has been selling these shirts since February.
The lawsuit was filed on Monday on charges of trademark infringement, unfair competition, fraud and other crimes.
It is required to include from T-
Shirt, attorney\'s fees and other fees.
The late sports star Myron Wong invented a Terrible Towel1970s.
In 1996, he gave the trademark to Allegheny Valley School, where his son with autism is located.
The steel company has an exclusive license to sell horrible towelsmarked items.
A spokesman for the steel company and a spokesman for the school declined to comment.
Eugene Berry could not be reached for comment immediately.