NBA superstar, business man and entrepreneur, Lebron James is looking to trademark the term “Taco Tuesday”. At all started with one Instagram story and now it became a thing – Taco Tuesday. New Lakers star Anthony Davis appeared in one video and even James with a Space-Jam 2 jersey was there.
But James wants to take it one step forward and LBJ Trademarks LLC, one of Lebron’s companies, has filled an application to trademark “Taco Tuesday”.
A company owned by Lebron James, LBJ Trademarks LLC, has filed a trademark for TACO TUESDAY.— Josh Gerben (@JoshGerben) August 31, 2019
The filing indicates Lebron intends to continue offering his popular 'TACO TUESDAY' posts on social media and launch a podcast under the name.
My analysis ?#TacoTuesday pic.twitter.com/lXFwIEy4Py
As it stated in the application – “advertising and marketing services provided by means of indirect methods of marketing, communications, namely, social media, search engine marketing, inquiry marketing, mobile marketing, blogging and other forms of passive, shareable or viral communications channels.”
JUST IN: LeBron James leaves no potential business opportunity on the table. Over time, he has sought to own “Taco Tuesday.” He has now filed to trademark the phrase for social media posts and a show of that name. First discovered by @JoshGerben pic.twitter.com/IXNduvilzR— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) August 31, 2019
It’s seems like his move to the Los Angeles Lakers wasn’t entirely base on basketball but on business as well as the good of his family.
Lebron started shooting Space Jam 2 in July and his son, Lebron James Junior, who is known for his great potential, will play in Sierra Canyon HS alongside the son of NBA legend Dwayne Wade, Zaire Wade.