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Blue Sky Scrubs, LLC Patents
Blue Sky Scrubs, LLC
Austin, TX
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D621606 Transformable lanyard August 17, 2010
D572879 Head covering July 15, 2008
D547030 Head covering design July 24, 2007
7437777 Modified head covering October 21, 2008
The modified head covering has a cap portion that resembles typical head caps, as well as a pouch portion attached to the rear of the cap. This head covering allows a user having long hair to safely conceal his or her hair within the pouch portion at the rear of the head covering. The po

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