'Jesus loves nachos': Australian woman trademarks divisive bridge graffiti

'Jesus loves nachos': Australian woman trademarks divisive bridge graffiti
 

A Northern Territory woman has trademarked graffiti on the side of a railway bridge that reads “Jesus loves nachos” in the hope it will help boost tourism to the outback town of Katherine.
Toni Tapp Coutts, an author and town councillor, spent eight months on her mission to have the absurd – and surprisingly divisive – graffiti trademarked.
She says she hopes the trademark could lead to tourism souvenirs but says it was mainly about ensuring the phrase was not lost.
“It’s three words but I thought they were important enough to trademark and make the story tangible,” she said.
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7 March 2018 in World News, Views: 137
Source: Guardian
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