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Glencoe trademark warning ‘too harsh’

THE NATIONAL Trust for Scotland (NTS) has admitted it may have been ‘too harsh’ with an Aboyne-based outdoor clothing company after becoming embroiled in a row over the use of the name ‘Glencoe’.

Owners of Hilltrek Outdoor Clothing, who have been manufacturing and selling their ‘Glencoe’ jacket for almost 30 years, received a letter last week from the conservation organisation stating it was in breach of trademark.

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