Dave I have seen your Q grills with the team name on the handle. Do you know if the handle from the Q220 fits in the Q2200? The old style handle has that flat center section where you can ad a sticker. The new style handle does not.Maybe market differences. My reds have been doing well. I picked up a brand new 2200
from a couple last night that were down on their luck. They had it posted for a week at $100 with
no takers. I would have bought if for that, but it was quite a ways from my house. They
dropped it to $80 and we were going to be in the city yesterday so I bought it. I will be
repainting that lid red this week as soon as I unbox it.
As far as I know they do, but, I have never actually tested to see if they are the same.Do you know if the handle from the Q220 fits in the Q2200? ............. but I am also concerned of violating copyrights by adding a sports team name. I don’t want their lawyers knocking at my door.
Thanks for the link. Yes I found the article and it just undermines my assumptions. I will stay away marketing anything with team names or logos.Stefan,
You might check out my post under the lid repaint thread here. I would re-link, but I am on my phone and not as easy. Based on the article I linked you cannot legally sell NFL logo merchandise without an extensive and costly licensing setup. Of course it is done all the time on etsy, ebay, etc. It would seem there isn’t anything they can do about you legally downloading one for personal use like how Dave’s wife did for him. If I can get my “sandwich” idea to work so that I can use engine paint I want to try painting a Q “torque-n-teal” to get a Miami Dolphins (or Marlins) look. My idea is to advertise and sell it without the handle logo and offer to help the buyer get their own logo once they buy the grill.