ITF Resolves Manufacturer Logo Dispute…

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) and the Grand Slam Committee have reached an agreement with adidas, Nike, and Puma resolving disputes and creating a common standard on the use of manufacturer’s identification on tennis apparel for ITF tournaments and the four Grand Slams.

The new Dress Rule, effective October 4, 2006, will allow on sleeves an eight square-inch space for manufacturer’s identification, including writing. Such writing used in combination with non-written identification cannot exceed half of the allowed space. Manufacturer’s identification elsewhere on a garment must continue to meet the existing four square-inch standard.

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ITF Resolves Manufacturer Logo Dispute

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) and the Grand Slam Committee have reached an agreement with adidas, Nike, and Puma resolving disputes and creating a common standard on the use of manufacturer’s identification on tennis apparel for ITF tournaments and the four Grand Slams.

The new Dress Rule, effective October 4, 2006, will allow on sleeves an eight square-inch space for manufacturer’s identification, including writing. Such writing used in combination with non-written identification cannot exceed half of the allowed space. Manufacturer’s identification elsewhere on a garment must continue to meet the existing four square-inch standard.

About The Author

Teresa Hartford

Teresa Hartford Group Publisher & Creative Director | SGB Media teresa@sgbonline.com | 704.651.5741

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