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Tatsuo Rushing Phones & Addresses

  • Advance, NC
  • 5730 Regent Village Dr, Winston Salem, NC 27103
  • Ararat, NC
  • Mc Afee, NJ
  • Sorrento, FL
  • Ringwood, NJ
  • Astoria, NY
  • Denville, NJ
  • New York, NY

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Us Patents

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US Patent:
D421606, Dec 8, 1998
Filed:
Sep 29, 1997
Appl. No.:
D/077502
Inventors:
Tatsuo Rushing - Ringwood NJ
Assignee:
The Procter & Gamble Company - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
0701
US Classification:
D 7589

Grinder Shroud

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US Patent:
5944269, Aug 31, 1999
Filed:
Sep 29, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/939328
Inventors:
Tatsuo Rushing - Ringwood NJ
Assignee:
The Procter & Gamble Company - Cinncinnati OH
International Classification:
A47J 4200
US Classification:
241100
Abstract:
An aesthetically and functionally improved shroud for covering a grinder device while improving the consumer shopping experience. The shroud is formed of a faceplate with a first opening for receiving and directing items, such as coffee beans, to be ground to a grinder device and a second opening positioned to allow a consumer to place a bag under the opening in order to collect the ground coffee from the grinder. A funnel device is used in connection with the first opening to assist in directing the items to be ground into the grinder.

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US Patent:
D407611, Nov 10, 1998
Filed:
Sep 29, 1997
Appl. No.:
D/077393
Inventors:
Tatsuo Rushing - Ringwood NJ
Assignee:
The Procter & Gamble Company - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
0701
US Classification:
D 7589

Anti-Theft Display Hook

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US Patent:
5485930, Jan 23, 1996
Filed:
Jul 14, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/274959
Inventors:
Tatsuo Rushing - Denville NJ
Assignee:
HMG Worldwide Corporation - New York NY
International Classification:
B42F 1500
US Classification:
211 591
Abstract:
A merchandise display device for supporting a plurality of superposed articles defining a respective centrally positioned aperture. The device includes an elongated member having a distal end dimensioned and arranged for insertion into the aperture of each article, a securing assembly for securing the elongated member to the upright member of a gondola display or similar structure in an outwardly projecting manner, and an article blocking assembly disposed proximate the distal end of the elongated member. The blocking assembly includes a pivoting flap member defining a first portion insertable between first and second adjacent articles on the elongated member so as to permit removal of the first adjacent article and prevent removal of the second adjacent article.

Shelf Mounted Refrigerated Display Unit

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US Patent:
5448896, Sep 12, 1995
Filed:
Mar 1, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/203808
Inventors:
Tatsuo Rushing - Denville NJ
Assignee:
HMG Worldwide In-Store Marketing, Inc. - New York NY
International Classification:
A47F 304
US Classification:
62255
Abstract:
A portable refrigerated display case adapted to be positioned upon a shelf or other elevated support surface includes a main housing defining an enclosed display area for displaying beverages or other food products and an integral refrigeration system. In a first embodiment, the entire refrigeration system is self contained within the display housing. In a second embodiment, only the evaporator portion is disposed within the display housing, with the remainder of the refrigeration system being disposed within a remotely positionable housing and connected to the evaporator portion by a pair of flexible houses.

Two-Way Tray Display

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US Patent:
5022539, Jun 11, 1991
Filed:
Jan 5, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/460677
Inventors:
Tatsuo Rushing - Denville NJ
Christopher Kidd - New York NY
Assignee:
Marlboro Marketing, Inc. - New York NY
International Classification:
A47F 314
US Classification:
211133
Abstract:
A display for supporting merchandise includes a two-sided tray having a flat surface on one side and on the reverse side, a surface adapted to engage peg hooks. The tray is pivotably connected to a vertical support structure by means of a bracket that connects at one portion to the tray and at another portion to the support structure. In one position of the tray, the flat surface is horizontal and merchandise may be placed on top of the tray. In a second position of the tray, the tray is vertical with the hook engaging means exposed. Latching means maintains the tray in the vertical position when the hook engaging mode of use is desired. A plurality of trays are supported, one over the other on the support structure and each tray may be positioned individually in the horizontal or vertical position without regard to the orientation of any other tray.
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