So what does he do when a food truck in Minnesota rips off the name of one of Twisted Sister’s album? He fights — because he’s right and free. You’ll see.
Reports claim Twisted’s guitarist and his attorney had a cease-and-desist letter delivered to the owners of the Twisted Sister House Of Hunger food truck in Minneapolis.
They want the food truck’s name changed post haste.
“It is the opinion of our client, with which we concur, that your use of the name Twisted Sister will cause dilution of our client’s famous mark and will cause confusion among consumers,” reads the letter.
“They want us to pull all existence of ourselves from the Internet, all advertising,” said one of the owners of the truck. “It’s a big list of demands.”
The truck’s owner says at least six other businesses exist in America using the Twisted Sister name, including Twisted Sisters Cupcakes in Virginia Beach; they too have been slapped with a similar letter.
Frontman Dee Snider Tweeted that he was sorry to hear about the name dispute, but made it clear that he is only the lead singer of the band and not part of the band’s management.
He claims he had nothing to do with the letters being filed.