The newsletter I publish is intended for rebranding by businesses that may see the value in having a newsletter to promote their goods and services, but lack the time and/or the ability to produce article content.
I am preparing a cold mailing of a sample newsletter, and rather than print a generic "Your Business Name Here", "Your Address Here" copy, I would like to print the potential client's specific business name and location information on the sample newsletter's masthead.
Would it be any sort of a violation for me to individualize my mailings in this manner?
No. Provided the newsletter is only sent to the business and not to any other individual.
Sounds like a good idea, but make sure the copy you send is labeled (perhaps a watermark) in some way to prevent the potential customer from adopting the newsletter for themselves without paying you for your time and effort.
Make sure you do not use any symbols that are trademarked!
Please note that we are not forming an attorney - client relationship and the advice is meant to be general. Law Offices of Joel J. Kofsky 1616 Walnut Street Suite 2110 Philadelphia, PA 19103 http://www.phillyinjurylawyer.com/
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