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Looking For A Tagline For My Daycare
Posted by Anonymous on
1/5/2006 at 1:38 PM ET
I'm opening a daycare called, From Cradle 2 Crayons and i'm looking for a catchy tagline.
I'll mostly be working with infants and toddles.
I'm trying to stay away from the usual "daycare/childcare" cute feel. I'll be located in the middle of downtown in the shopping/business section and I would like to attract more business clients.
I'm not creative therefore i'm seeking assistance.
1/5/2006 at 1:57 PM
"Bring home with you">>>geared to the employee
"A heart in the heart of the city">>>geared to the employer
1/6/2006 at 2:45 AM
"You do your work, we'll do ours"
"You love to work, we love to play"
"B2B Day Care"
"For Stress-free Work Days"
"We'll be the Day Parents"
1/6/2006 at 5:13 AM
"we care them as much as you do"
"day care with a difference"
"substituting the parents in the day"
hope this helps you
1/6/2006 at 4:25 PM
Helping make your life a little bit easier.
Nurturing and helping your child grow.
1/9/2006 at 3:18 AM
As a mother, I find that it's important that my child would be withing a close distance during the day, so that if needed I could be summoned instantly, so:
Your kids are close to our hearts & close to your office
The best day-care for the working mom's baby
Especially tailored for the working mom's baby
I hope this helps,
1/11/2006 at 1:54 AM
Drawing on our past to help safeguard your future!
1/11/2006 at 1:57 AM
We are the CARE in Daycare.
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