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NBA has reportedly sent out roughly 200 cease-and-desist letters to party promoters, in the Atlanta area, who have used the league’s All-Star logo, along with associating them with the names of their events, which have nothing to do with the game

NBA cease and desist to Atlanta party promoters

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NBA has reportedly sent out roughly 200 cease-and-desist letters to party promoters, in the Atlanta area, who have used the league’s All-Star logo, along with associating them with the names of their events, which have nothing to do with the game

NBA cease and desist to Atlanta party promotersBy Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

In many ways, Atlanta is the city of the future, and it’s becoming considered the LA of the East Coast. The NBA knew what they were doing, returning the NBA All-Star weekend to the city. Also, the entertainment scene wasted no time getting to it, either.

Immediately, promoters began creating their All-Star themed parties. Actually, King of Diamonds, in Atlanta has centered their entire relaunch on this weekend. All of this comes in spite of fans not actually being allowed to partake in official All-Star game festivities.

According to Marc Stein, the NBA has been sending out several cease-and-desist letters. His report claims the NBA has sent warnings to many Atlanta party promoters, roughly 200 of them. This is due to many parties using the NBA All-Star logo and name to market their parties.

Read Marc Stein’s tweet below:

NBA cease and desist to Atlanta party promoters

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