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32-4152 - Use of titles; restrictions; violation; classification
32-4152. Use of titles; restrictions; violation; classification
A. An athletic trainer shall use the letters "AT" or the title "athletic trainer", or both, in connection with the athletic trainer's name or place of business to denote licensure under this chapter.
B. A person or business entity or its employees, agents or representatives shall not use in connection with that person's name or the name or activity of the business the words "athletic training" or "athletic trainer", the letters "AT/L", "L/AT", "ATC/L", "L/ATC", "A.T.", "AT", "L.A.T." or "A.T.L." or any other words, abbreviations or insignia indicating or implying directly or indirectly that athletic training is provided or supplied unless the services are provided by an athletic trainer licensed pursuant to this chapter. A person or entity that violates this subsection is guilty of a class 1 misdemeanor.