The USPTO Celebrates Valentine’s Day with Barbershop Quartet IP Love Song

By Gene Quinn
February 14, 2018

The United States Patent and Trademark Office is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a special world premiere music video featuring a Barbershop Quartet singing the praises of — and professing love for — patents and trademarks.

This music video is a part of the #IPlove social media campaign launched by the USPTO for Valentine’s Day, a spin-off from last year’s #PatentLove and #TrademarkLove series.

Part of the USPTO’s mission is to educate the public about the importance of innovation and Intellectual Property and the Office’s use of creative use of social media continues to generate awareness of how intellectual property touches our daily lives, and supports the U.S. economy.

Watch the USPTO’s barbershop quartet-inspired intellectual property love song below, and share it on social media with the hashtag #IPlove.

Lyrics were written by the USPTO’s own Matt Palumbo, and Steve Delehanty of the Alexandria Harmonizers arranged it for four voices. The singers are the Alexandria Harmonizers’ Anthony Colosimo, Christian Hoff, Andrew Havens and Joseph Cerutti.

For more Valentine’s Day themed patent reading please see:

Happy Valentine’s Day!

 

The Author

Gene Quinn

Gene Quinn is a Patent Attorney and Editor and founder of IPWatchdog.com. Gene is also a principal lecturer in the PLI Patent Bar Review Course and an attorney with Widerman Malek. Gene’s specialty is in the area of strategic patent consulting, patent application drafting and patent prosecution. He consults with attorneys facing peculiar procedural issues at the Patent Office, advises investors and executives on patent law changes and pending litigation matters, and works with start-up businesses throughout the United States and around the world, primarily dealing with software and computer related innovations. is admitted to practice law in New Hampshire, is a Registered Patent Attorney and is also admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. CLICK HERE to send Gene a message.

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  1. Bill Setnor February 15, 2018 11:30 am

    Bravo!! Best online bit I’ve seen in months! Keep in the archives for next year.

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