NAVAJO CODE TALKERS MUSEUM TRADEMARK LICENSING PROGRAM
The Navajo Code Talkers Museum, Inc. Trademark Licensing Program exists to regulate the usage of Navajo Code Talkers Museum (NCTM), Inc. trademarks such as the code talker statue and various logos. This website is the official online source of information for members of the public and private companies seeking information about NCTM Trademarks.
This website contains valuable information regarding the internal and external use of NCTM-owned trademarks. This website provides essential information if you are a non-profit or Navajo Nation organization, Navajo Code Talker descendent veteran, business owner, or proud Navajo Code Talker patron. We've created a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page that answers many questions about permissions and appropriate use of NCTM trademarks. Please take some time to read through these questions. If our FAQ does not provide you with the necessary information, feel free to contact us.
"The NCTM Trademark Licensing Office, in ongoing and continuous operations, registers trademarks, licenses commercial companies, conducts enforcement, and educates trademark users worldwide to protect and enhance the NCTM brand in the commercial marketplace."
Established July 2020 by the Navajo Code Talkers Museum, Inc. board. Our office falls under the authority of the state of Arizona.
Navajo Code Talkers Museum, Inc. Trademark Licensing Office
PO BOX 410
Lupton, Az 86508