Tristar Europe B.V. is proud of the brands we have built. To prevent damage to our brand, there are clear agreements on the use of names Tristar, AudioSonic, Campart, Brixton and all associated logos. Tristar Europe B.V. does not allow one of its intellectual properties to be reproduced or published by third parties without our permission.Use by third parties
We ask any person or organization, that wishes to use one of the above names, logos or other intellectual property rights of Tristar Europe B.V., to contact our Marketing & Communications department. For each request we will consider if permission is granted. In the event that permission is not granted and third parties are using an intellectual property right of Tristar Europe B.V. we will call on our rights and those using an intellectual property will be prosecuted. The court costs will be recovered from the third party. The use of intellectual property rights of Tristar Europe B.V. for commercial purposes is not permitted under no circumstances without the explicit consent by Tristar Europe B.V. For questions and request for permission you can contact:
Tristar Europe B.V.
Department Marketing and communication
P.O. box 3189
5003 DD Tilburg
+31 13-594 0386
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe website
Also the products, texts, photographs, illustrations, graphic material, (trade) names, word marks and logos (collectively "Marks") that appear on this website are owned or licensed by Tristar Europe B.V. and are protected by copyright, trademark and / or other intellectual properties. The aforementioned rights are in no way transferable to persons who have access to this site. It is the user of the site prohibited to reproduce, transmit, distribute or make available to third parties without prior written permission of Tristar Europe B.V. except to the extent strictly necessary for consult the website.
Despite the constant care and attention we devote to the composition of our website, it is still possible that the information published on this website is incomplete or incorrect. Errors in data can not always be prevented.