Traeger products are on display at the company’s office in Sugar House on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017. | Laura Seitz, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — Traeger Grills CEO Jeremy Andrus said he bears no ill will toward members of the Traeger family who, now two sales removed from the company, went to work last year for a competing pellet grill company. But, Andrus does have a problem with the Traeger name, some iconic branding images and a number of design characteristics unique to the company being used in ways he believes are blatant violations of Traeger Grill’s intellectual property rights. “Joe and Brian Traeger are free to earn a living by working for Dansons or any other company so long as they abide by the terms of our agreement,” Andrus said in...
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