|02-12-2007, 07:31 PM||#1|
Dear CrossFit Community,
Am I able to create a CrossFit training blog for the small group of athletes of which I am a part?
We're members of a Canadian municipal Police Force and we train together about twice per week.
I was hoping to call our group / blog "CrossFit Blue".
I noticed the following in CFJ #35:
"The fees for being listed as an affiliate
on the CrossFit site apply only to
commercial enterprises, and for them
there is a nominal annual licensing fee of
five hundred dollars used to support the
community. For everyone else affiliation is
I feel I should ask some sort of permission from CrossFit before I proceed.
I am attending the Ann Arbor cert. However, I don't intend to gain income through bringing CrossFit to our organization.
|02-13-2007, 02:13 AM||#2|
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to ask your question. The CS team doesn't generally monitor the board, so business-related questions really need to be sent directly to them.
Generally, use of the CrossFit name (a registered trademark) requires some sort of affiliation agreement.
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