Enid Public Schools Trademark Licensing Program Overview
A trademark licensing program gives Enid Public Schools control over its logos and marks, thereby ensuring the quality and consistency of all the school’s merchandise. It also enables Enid Public Schools to generate revenue from the sale of merchandise bearing its logos and marks. The revenue is used to support and enhance many programs throughout the school. Outside of the school, the trademark licensing program creates a cooperative and positive working relationship with the manufacturers and retailers that work with Enid Public Schools.
Anyone wishing to use the marks, logos, and symbols of the school MUST use a licensed vendor. If you are working with a vendor who would like to become licensed, please direct them to K12 Licensing to complete the application.
What is a trademark?
A trademark is any word mark, slogan, symbol, design, logo or combination of these elements, which identifies and distinguishes the goods or services of one party from others.
Where does the royalty revenue come from?
How does one know that a product is licensed?
What if I find product without the hangtag?
How do I get access to Enid Public Schools marks and logos?
Want to get licensed?
If you are a vendor who is interested in obtaining a license, K12 Licensing will aid individuals, companies, departments, and organizations in securing the proper agreements and forms. Please reach out to the K12 representative listed below.
Who do I contact with questions?
Contact Andrew Engel with any questions or concerns you may have about trademark licensing.
About K12 Licensing
Enid Public Schools has contracted with K12 Licensing to help manage the school’s trademark and licensing program. As the nation’s largest and oldest prep licensing agency, K12 Licensing has a proven record of success that no other agency can match. Since 1997, K12 Licensing has helped more than 5800 high schools across the country implement and maintain an effective trademark licensing program. K12 Licensing helps to administer the application process, collect royalties, process insurance and factory disclosures, assist with marketing, and provide legal guidance.