A&M Consolidated Agrees to Cease Use of Tiger Logo

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After an accidental trademark infringement of the University of Missouri's tiger head logo, A&M Consolidated has agreed to phase out its similar version.

Michael Ball, Deputy Superintendent for Business and Operations, wrote a letter to the Collegiate Licensing Company saying that while the district does not admit any liability they do agree to stop using the logo. The faculty and staff have been instructed by the district to cease any usage of the logo or purchasing of new merchandise.

A&M Consolidated has asked for time as they switch from the current logo to a new one that could possibly be developed by a high school graphics class.

The logo does appear on the school's gym floor, marquis sign, tickets and other various products, which will all be changed.