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Help! I Need A Catchy Breakfast Seminar Name!
Posted by Anonymous on
1/12/2006 at 1:00 PM ET
We host a monthly breakfast seminar for local employers. The topics vary widely, but generally are about improving efficiency, new leadership ideas, marketing techniques, etc. We need a catchy, memorable name for this series, which runs 8-10 times per year, and lasts about 90 minutes.
1/12/2006 at 1:10 PM
Food For Thought
The Benefits of Breakfast
1/12/2006 at 1:21 PM
"Fortified with 8 essential business vitamins"
Maybe Kellogg's won't remember when they did the "Best to you each morning" theme.
1/12/2006 at 8:56 PM
Making your bacon.
Toast, or be toast.
The most important meal of the day.
1/13/2006 at 2:14 AM
" Business for breakfast
Eat a meal - make the deal "
" put your money where your mouth is .. join our breakfast seminar, fresh business for breakfast"
1/13/2006 at 9:09 AM
Twist on rubukaz line:
" put your mouth where the money is .. fresh business opportunities served daily (weekly, monthly, etc).
How would you like your business opprtunities?
Hard boiled? Scrambled? Over easy?
Join us for business with breakfast!
Or just that: Business with Breakfast!
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