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Unless otherwise specified, all materials contained on this website, including design, text, images, graphics, icons, images, and the selection and arrangement thereof, are Copyright ©, Victory Horticultural Group, LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Any use of the materials on this Web site -- including linking or posting to another website, reproduction, modification, distribution, or republication for commercial purposes without the prior written permission of Victory Horticultural Group, LLC is strictly prohibited and actively enforced.

The United States of America provides the right and the protection of and to "Original Works of Authorship" and certain intellectual property works. Protection is provided under U. S. Copyright Laws (Title 17, U.S. Code) as well as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DCMA). Willful infringement will not be tolerated and may result in a criminal investigation and lawsuit. Refer to the U. S. Department of Justice's web site for information regarding the penalties for copyright infringement.

This copyright statement is strongly worded but necessary in this day and age to protect our organization's name, reputation, hard work and assets. Although it is restrictive and all encompassing, we do consider requests for using our work. If you are interested in using one of our images or other content from our Web site or printed materials, please contact us for proper use information and licensing terms.

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A trademark is a word, symbol, a design, or a combination of these, used to distinguish the goods or services of one person or organization from those of others in the marketplace. Trademarks represent not only actual goods and services, but more importantly, the identity and reputation of the producer. As such, they are considered valuable intellectual property and is protected through legal proceedings from misuse and imitation.