A group of Chilean miners who were famously trapped underground nearly two years ago are creating a souvenir range to commemorate their rescue.
The 33 miners have trademarked the name "The 33 of the miracle" and plan to sell T-shirts, mugs and commemorative medals at airports in Chile, BBC News reports.
One of the miners, Jose Ojeda, said the group chose the name "The 33 of the miracle" after discovering that more memorable names like "The Atacama 33" and "Operation San Lorenzo" had already been trademarked.
Mr Ojeda said money raised from the souvenirs would go towards the miners.
August 5 will mark the second anniversary of the mine collapse that left the group trapped underground in San Jose, in the Atacama Desert, for 69 days.
Their eventual rescue was broadcast around the world by TV news crews and is set to be turned into a film.
But while some miners started businesses and work as motivational speakers, others returned to mining and many say they are struggling for money.
Sources: BBC News