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- Hells Angels Motorcycle Club
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KLAS showed a broken front door and window at a white, two-story Hells Angels clubhouse marked with the letters "HAMC" and "Sin City."
According to the FT, the case reads, From decades of notoriety, the HAMC marks have acquired very widespread public recognition.
It also cites a $1,595 dress and a $560 silk scarf with designs that incorporate what the HAMC [Hells Angels Motorcycle Corporation] alleges are also trademark-protected symbols.
The first concrete work that came out of that committee was the new Hugo Awards web site, which is official and is managed on behalf of WSFS and all Worldcons by the HAMC.
Individual Worldcons have done bits and pieces, but it was only last year that WSFS set up a committee — now known as the Hugo Awards Marketing Committee (HAMC) — for the purpose of improving the profile of the Hugo Awards.
For years, the HAMC, as members refer to the group, remained a California organization; the first chapter to open outside the state started in Auckland, New Zealand, in 1961.
Hells Angels can be recognized by their leather or denim jackets featuring the red-and-white winged "death's head" logo, the letters HAMC and often the number 81 - representing
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