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Old Yesterday, 12:12 PM   #1
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GM Licensee Application Process Best Practices

If this forum exists, it was titled in a way I couldn't find it. Please re-direct me if this is already clearly out there for everyone to read!

Backstory: I am tasked with getting approval from GM to allow Billet Badges to engrave "GMC" on two custom emblems for my '78. I know this can be done, because Squarebody Syndicate was successful doing it with Billet Badges, but per the contact at BB this is a one time use application...so I have to obtain permission from GM.

I've attached the form that I submit to the email alias on the GM License Application Form.

Questions I have for anyone having successfully gone through this process:

1) On the application, a ton was not applicable to me as an individual because I do not have a company. I'm an individual seeking approval FOR a manufacturer on a one time use emblem. Is this what others have done?

2) I "think" that I did it right, but I'd much prefer follow up. Is there a physical phone number I can call to ensure GM has my application, verify that I did it correct etc.?

Any other tips or tricks with this please don't be shy! Thanks.

Link to Application:https://www.gm.com/content/dam/compa...pplication.pdf
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Old Yesterday, 12:18 PM   #2
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Re: GM Licensee Application Process Best Practices

Keith could probably answer this better
But I've always thought you could duplicate for personal use,but not for resale purposes
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Old Yesterday, 12:21 PM   #3
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Re: GM Licensee Application Process Best Practices

I should have added, if anyone out there has a contact or document that may help me expedite this process please PM me! Billet Badges are 10-15 weeks back and I can't even get in the que before I tackle this step.
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Re: GM Licensee Application Process Best Practices

Send Keith Seymore a message....hes a old GM tech
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Re: GM Licensee Application Process Best Practices

https://www.gm.com/licensing.html

Grind thru the process.

As noted above personal use probably does not require a license. But never hurts to ask.
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