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I am afraid likely not. Or rather, one can, but there is a chance of the owner of that trademark pursing a lawsuit for dilution of THEIR trademark. The decision is based on subjective factors, such as the duration, extent, and geographic reach of advertising and publicity of the mark; the amount volume and geographic extent of sales of goods or services offered under the mark; and the extent of actual recognition of the mark. See 15 U.S.C. § 1125(c)(2)(A). So if it is more or less in the same business category (which is pretty broad), one risks a lawsuit.
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