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May 11, 2013
Providing a web site featuring information on exercise and fitness; Providing a web site featuring sporting information; Providing a web site featuring the ratings, reviews and recommendations of users on events and activities in the field of entertainment and education; Providing a web site that features informal instruction on building wealth, investing, business, health, lifestyle; Providing a web site that features information about online higher education resources; Providing a website featuring blogs and non-downloadable publications in the nature of articles, videos, in the field(s) of self improvement; Providing a website featuring entertainment information; Providing a website featuring information about artistic styles; Providing a website featuring information in the field of art, art history, art culture and art appreciation; Providing a website featuring information in the field of music and entertainment; Providing a website featuring information on exercise and fitness; Providing a website featuring online sports training and training advice and the recording of training and workouts; 100; 101; 107
Abandoned because the applicant failed to respond or filed a late response to an Office action. To view all documents in this file, click on the Trademark Document Retrieval link at the top of this page.
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