Vermont T-Shirt Maker Ruffles Feathers At Chick-Fil-A

By Anthony Silva, WBZ NewsRadio 1030 New England Business Editor

BOSTON (CBS) – A small businessman in Vermont has six months to challenge a trademark complaint filed by a national fast food chain.

Chick-Fil-A wants Bo Muller-Moore to stop making shirts with the slogan, “Eat More Kale.” The Atlanta-based company says it infringes on its trademarked phrase, “Eat More Chikin.”

Muller-Moore says he’s going to fight.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Anthony Silva reports

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One Comment

  1. Rob says:

    because “eat more” is copyright infringement? Really? They don’t even look similar at all. (the logos/artwork).

    That’s ridiculous.

  2. Petr says:

    Chick Fil A is going to get their butts beat in a court of law.

  3. KSL, LLC. says:

    It’s ridiculous to even think that kale has anything on chicken. Infringement? It’s total nonsense on their part. Chick Fil-A is acting like a bunch of dumb clucks.

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