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TABLE 20: TRADEMARKS REGISTERED TO RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES

TABLE 20: TRADEMARKS REGISTERED TO RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATESRead Footnote 11
(FY 2008)
State/Territory 2008
Total 171,104
 
Alabama     599
Alaska     107
Arizona   2,354
Arkansas     406
California  19,318
Colorado   2,723
Connecticut   1,449
Delaware  34,291
District of Columbia   1,123
Florida   7,690
Georgia   3,212
Hawaii     351
Idaho     367
Illinois   5,149
Indiana   1,583
Iowa     907
Kansas     712
State/Territory 2008
Kentucky    651
Louisiana    686
Maine    453
Maryland  2,219
Massachusetts  2,767
Michigan  2,753
Minnesota  3,117
Mississippi    257
Missouri  2,053
Montana    295
Nebraska    545
Nevada  4,101
New Hampshire    447
New Jersey  4,029
New Mexico    304
New York  9,357
North Carolina  2,159
North Dakota    118
Ohio  3,764
State/Territory 2008
Oklahoma    678
Oregon  1,585
Pennsylvania  3,601
Rhode Island    465
South Carolina    837
South Dakota    231
Tennessee  1,441
Texas  6,182
Utah  1,434
Vermont    261
Virginia  2,402
Washington  3,219
West Virginia    136
Wisconsin  2,151
Wyoming    248
Puerto Rico    122
Virgin Islands     26
U.S. Pacific IslandsRead Footnote 22     14
United StatesRead Footnote 33 23,655

Notes:

1: When a trademark is registered, the trademark database is corrected to indicate the home state of the entity registering the trademark. (back to text)

2: Represents residents of American Samoa, Guam, and miscellaneous U.S. Pacific Islands. (back to text)

3: No state indicated in database, includes APO filings. (back to text)

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