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Tatsuo Rushing Phones & Addresses

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

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Bulk Bin

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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

Display Rack

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US Patent:
D446005, Jan 26, 1999
Filed:
Sep 29, 1997
Appl. No.:
D/077228
Inventors:
Eric Francis Henry - Rutherford NJ
Tatsuo Rushing - Ringwood NJ
Assignee:
The Procter & Gamble Company - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
0604
US Classification:
D 6509

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.

Control Movement Racking System

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US Patent:
5944201, Aug 31, 1999
Filed:
Sep 29, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/939638
Inventors:
Charles Joseph Babboni - New York NY
David Andrew Dalton - Cincinnati OH
Eric Francis Henry - Rutherford NJ
Tatsuo Rushing - Ringwood NJ
Assignee:
The Proctor & Gamble Company - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
A47F 500
US Classification:
211151
Abstract:
A racking system exhibiting controlled compound movement is disclosed. The racking system includes a bracket adapted for engagement to a structural support and a translational tray assembly supported by the bracket for linear and rotational movement relative to the bracket. The system also includes a first dampening member associated with the translational tray assembly for dampening the linear movement of the translational tray assembly relative to the bracket and a second dampening member associated with the translational tray assembly for dampening the rotational movement of the translational tray assembly relative to the bracket. The first and second dampening members ensure smooth, controlled motion as the translational tray assembly is rotationally and linearly moved.

Bulk Bin

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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

Bulk Bin

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US Patent:
D421550, Mar 14, 2000
Filed:
Dec 7, 1998
Appl. No.:
D/097473
Inventors:
Eric Francis Henry - Rutherford NJ
Tatsuo Rushing - Ringwood NJ
Assignee:
The Procter & Gamble Company - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
0701
US Classification:
D 7589

Bulk Bin Assembly

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US Patent:
D414766, Nov 24, 1998
Filed:
Sep 29, 1997
Appl. No.:
D/077223
Inventors:
Eric Francis Henry - Rutherford NJ
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.
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