Whistleblower: Gangster-tour battle ends in truce

  • Article by: Jane Friedmann , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 5, 2012 - 4:55 PM

A business that offers St. Paul gangster tours agreed to change its marketing to avoid trademark infringement.

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davehougJul. 1, 1212:42 AM

Back in the day an argument over turf would NOT have been settled with .....lawyers..... :)

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Lifeguard06Jul. 1, 12 7:54 AM

One would have sent one to the hospital so the other would have had to send one to the morgue.

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midnightJul. 1, 1211:12 AM

We have been burned a couple times by Groupon and/or the restaurants featured. They have changed what the offer is from the original that was offered to what it has been changed to when you print it. My partner is vegetarian so we go through the menus for items suitable for him. One offer was $40 for $20 and when printed was two sandwiches and two beverages. No vegetarian suitable sandwiches so we got our money back. Another was the same, $40 for #20 at different restaurant and when printed was two burgers and two beers. Luckily they had a veggie burger so we used it. We loved it and will be back, But we were still a bit put out because of the change in offer, midstream. Now we do a screen grab of the original offer so we have proof of what it was after we print the voucher. Imagine what would happen if grocery store changed what their coupons between when you cut them out to when you got to the cashier. Why does Groupon or the restaurants featured think they can do the same?

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