The Maine-Lee Technology Group announced Monday it has received a U.S. trademark for its latest product, Fresh Rest® all-natural anti-microbial bedding sheets, announced Bill Kimball, Senior Vice President of Operations.
The trademark is the second of such for the Maine-Lee Technology Group, spearheaded by renowned Portland-based neurosurgeon Dr. Lee Thibodeau. In April or 2018, Maine-Lee received its first trademark for its debut product, EZ Glider® all-natural, anti-microbial socks.
“Receiving a U.S. trademark separates us from others in the industry,” said Kimball. “This lends increased recognition and brand credibility to Maine-Lee Technology Group.”
The Fresh Rest® trademark protects both the brand name as well as its logo and each object and phrasing it contains: Its signature needle and thread underneath five stars and crescent moon, as well as the catch phrase, ‘Engineered for EZ Dreams.’
Using identical rationale as EZ Glider® socks, Fresh Rest® bedding sheets are manufactured with advanced multi-dimensional all-natural, anti-microbial fibers that ward off 99 percent of bacteria, dust mites and dander. The technology behind Fresh Rest® sheets also manages moisture, odor and sweat while maintaining a soft, silky feel for adults, children and pets.
As a result, Fresh Rest® bedding sheets require far less washing than regular bedding, about one wash cycle every six weeks.
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The Maine-Lee Technology Group is open to partnering with businesses and individuals who are looking to strengthen and expand their textile IP. Interested parties may contact Bill Kimball, Senior Vice President of Operations at email@example.com; by telephone directly at (207) 360-0194; or through the MLTG website: https://www.mltgllc.com/contact/
About Maine-Lee Technology Group
An innovative textile company located in Wells, ME, the Maine-Lee Technology Group is perpetually designing and engineering new textile technology and is currently in development with products such as all-natural, antimicrobial socks designed for amputees and diabetics, as well as a surgical gown.
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