UGG is Australian

UGG is Australian

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Via Change.org/UGGisAustralian, started by Eddie Oygur. 

My name is Eddie Oygur. I started making Ugg boots 34 years ago. In 1995 the US multi-national Deckers Brands bought the ‘Ugg’ trademark and since then they have sold billions and billions of dollars of Ugg boots around the world, and have stopped anybody else using the term ‘Ugg’ – even though it is a name that I believe belongs to Australia.

I have put everything I own into this case because I am a proud Australian that believes Ugg belongs in Australia, not just for me to use, but for every ...

Via Change.org/UGGisAustralian, started by Eddie Oygur. 

My name is Eddie Oygur. I started making Ugg boots 34 years ago. In 1995 the US multi-national Deckers Brands bought the ‘Ugg’ trademark and since then they have sold billions and billions of dollars of Ugg boots around the world, and have stopped anybody else using the term ‘Ugg’ – even though it is a name that I believe belongs to Australia.

I have put everything I own into this case because I am a proud Australian that believes Ugg belongs in Australia, not just for me to use, but for every other Ugg bootmaker to be able to sell Australian made Ugg boots to the world.  

· Getting the name Ugg back to Australia could be a multi-billion-dollar export industry for dozens of Ugg boot makers

· Create over 4,000 well paid jobs right here.  

· Tell Deckers Aussie battlers WILL NOT BE BULLIED by anyone.

Please support #UGGisAustralian

 

 

 

 

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Today, can you please send Senator Cash a polite, pre-written email, encouraging her to help save the iconic UGG boot from a US corporation? 

We're asking Senator Cash to file an amicus brief, something that assists a court to better understand the important public interests and in this case the vital national interests raised by the case.

If Senator Cash files this amicus brief, we will know the Morrison ...

Today, can you please send Senator Cash a polite, pre-written email, encouraging her to help save the iconic UGG boot from a US corporation? 

We're asking Senator Cash to file an amicus brief, something that assists a court to better understand the important public interests and in this case the vital national interests raised by the case.

If Senator Cash files this amicus brief, we will know the Morrison Government is serious about standing up for Aussie small businesses, and iconic Aussie products. 

Please, send a quick pre-written email to the Attorney-General today and tell her: #UGGisAustralian.  

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