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Tag Line For Financial Planning Firm
Posted by Anonymous on
11/7/2005 at 9:27 AM ET
I need a tagline for a financial planning firm that will convey integrity, concistency and good results. THe firm name is Granite Financial so the granite theme may or may not be used.
11/7/2005 at 9:30 AM
Rock Solid Results
11/7/2005 at 10:53 AM
Here's one I thought of years ago and never had an opportunity to use ...
'We know how to make your money make money'
11/7/2005 at 6:29 PM
Like a Rock (even music to go with it)
I would use the Rock of Gibraltar but Prudential might object
rock solid planning
here to stay, like the rockies
granite solid, market wise
build your future with a granite foundation
granite steps to planned wealth
anchor your future to the rock
the granite road to wealth
we can't be moved from success
plan a rock solid future
use granite build to last
granite plans withstand the harsh market elements
a granite wealth building plan, only the best
a granite plan weathers the market
granite plans outlast the bulls and the bears
rock the market
stone cold success
granite plans for an amorphous future
granite plans for the unknown future
granite plans withstand market forces
plan your wealth with granite
pave your future with granite wealth
I am just doing steam of conscious here so some of it may seem silly but might trigger something better.
I do like granite. It is strong, heavy, solid, perpetual, on the other hand it can be cold, impersonal, unresponsive so you have to be careful. Prudential has made it there with a mountain of rock.
Good luck I hope this sparks something.
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