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  • Video: Yosemite National Park hoping for smooth transition

    On Tuesday, a new park concessions company takes over. The departing company, a subsidiary of New York-based Delaware North, trademarked the names “Ahwahnee,” “Curry Village” and “Yosemite Lodge,” during its tenure and now contends it must be paid for them. The U.S. government says it will change the names rather than pay Delaware North the sum it is asking.

On Tuesday, a new park concessions company takes over. The departing company, a subsidiary of New York-based Delaware North, trademarked the names “Ahwahnee,” “Curry Village” and “Yosemite Lodge,” during its tenure and now contends it must be paid for them. The U.S. government says it will change the names rather than pay Delaware North the sum it is asking.
On Tuesday, a new park concessions company takes over. The departing company, a subsidiary of New York-based Delaware North, trademarked the names “Ahwahnee,” “Curry Village” and “Yosemite Lodge,” during its tenure and now contends it must be paid for them. The U.S. government says it will change the names rather than pay Delaware North the sum it is asking.

Historic Yosemite names scraped off, covered in trademark dispute

February 29, 2016 12:00 PM

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