Why does this business need a trademark?

Posted by National Review on Wednesday, April 19, 2019 06:01:07By David W. Sacks and Andrew L. SatterfieldPublished: April 19th, 201902:01A company named “Pizza Hut” has filed an application for a trademark for a pizza hut.

The trademark application states that the hut “is a small, family-owned business with a unique history that traces back to 1865.”

The application, filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), also describes the hut as “uniquely American.”

It states that Pizza Hut has “been a family business for more than 60 years, starting in 1865.”

Pizza hut is an Italian restaurant chain with locations in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Chicago and Las Vegas.

It is owned by the Saks Group, the largest U.K. chain of restaurants.

The Hut has been around since 1964.

In 2014, the company announced it was shutting down and would close its remaining locations.

Pizza Huts founder and CEO Andy Sacks told CNNMoney in an interview in 2016 that the business is “in a good place” and that the closure of the restaurant is a big setback.

He said the closure “will impact a lot of people.

People will lose their jobs, but we’re in a good spot, we have great employees and we’re not going anywhere.”