Following his frightening medical emergency last week, Damar Hamlin has filed for two trademarks… According to TMZ Sports, he wants to own the phrases “Did We Win?” and “Three Is Back.”
Damar Hamlin has submitted applications for two trademarks, which were electronically registered on the US Patent & Trademark website through the help of an attorney and his marketing agent Jordan Rooney, who validated the submissions.
Hamlin applied for “Did We Win” and “Three Is Back” trademarks on January 6, just a few days after experiencing a heart arrest while playing “Monday Night Football” between Bengals vs. Bills. Hamlin reportedly scribbled, with a breathing tube still in, “Did We Win?” in his first moments of consciousness.
The revenues from the sale of Hamlin’s “Did We Win?” shirts go to first responders and the University of Cincinnati Trauma Center, which treated him after he was injured during the game on January 2 and was later suspended.
The filings, which were first found by trademark lawyer Josh Gerben, were in the fields of licensing and apparel, motivational speaking, and healthcare.
The most popular NFL jersey recently sold on Fanatics was Hamlin’s No. 3 jersey, and donations to his Chasing M’s Foundation’s GoFundMe had totaled almost $9 million.
Hamlin has made incredible progress since the scary incident, and he was recently relocated to a hospital in Buffalo where he is having additional testing in the hopes of being soon discharged.
Published by HOLR Magazine.