BOB Trailers, Inc. Files Complaint Against Baby Jogger

BOB Trailers, Inc., a leading manufacturer of cargo trailers and strollers, today announced that it has filed a complaint against Baby Jogger for Trade Dress infringement.
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Boise, ID (June 15, 2007) – BOB Trailers, Inc., a leading manufacturer of cargo trailers and strollers, today announced that it has filed a complaint against Baby Jogger for Trade Dress infringement. The suit was filed on June 14, 2007 in Idaho District Court. The complaint alleges that Baby Jogger made a conscious choice to develop their ATS stroller to look very similar to a BOB Revolution thereby trading on the goodwill of BOB and the Revolution. This action violates Trade Dress law, which protects against marketing and trading "Confusingly Similar" products.

Roger A. Malinowski, president and CEO of BOB Trailers, Inc., stated, “From the beginning BOB has based its competitive strategy on designing and developing unique products with distinctive and identifiable features. Many of these features are uniquely associated with BOB and identify products as our own. We have invested heavily in the research and development of our products; therefore, we will invest in protecting our products and customers from this and future imitations.”

BOB Trailers, Inc., is one of the world's leading providers of cargo trailers and specialty strollers. BOB manufactures and markets bicycle cargo trailers, the Sport Utility Stroller, the Revolution Stroller and other product accessories. To learn more about BOB Trailers, Inc., visit www.BOBgear.com









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