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Hot Dog Cart Naming
Posted by Anonymous on
8/12/2008 at 8:49 AM ET
Names for my Hot dog cart business
I already own
These above names can all be used to link back to the final names that I select
The to-go cart"?
The Gourmet stand
The Guiltless Dog
The Heavenly dog
Grandstand Hot Dogs
Where every one's a wiener
The Wiener Wagon
Juicy, delicious and delivered to you fresh!
I need to come up with a name for a hot dog cart business that will focus on providing fresh all beef no casing hot dogs/ fresh squeezed lemonade, with fresh condiments grilled onions etc.
There are 3 to 4 other carts in the area, plus a stand already named "Hot diggity dogs" and I dream of Weenie?
I'm speaking about a clean operation that will have a great location, away from the other carts, with tons of foot traffic, the other 3 to 4 are dirty in appearance and yet I don’t see how the health department allows them to operate.
I live in Nashville Tennessee Music City. “Not sure I want to use the words Nashville and Music City in the name” but want to be able to travel to other areas of the TN or KY and market my Dogs. Something generic but yet special enough for a person to stop and
Question it and say lets give it a try. Its only 3.00, Impulse buy not a big decision just 3.00?
I'll be targeting the lunch business crowd & will at local summer events and NFL foot ball games on the streets walking to the events
Any other info needed? I appreciate any ideas!
Other Ideas for names
Last standing dog
(How Juicy Dogs would sound if you had a mouth full of one.)
TAG: Free Bibs with every order.
8/12/2008 at 9:27 AM
Gone to the Dogs
8/12/2008 at 9:50 AM
The $3 Meal.
Franks For The Hunger
No Whining Weiners
8/12/2008 at 10:30 AM
The Grand Ole Dog (after the opry)
8/12/2008 at 11:58 AM
What about one of the following...
Weiner Beats All
And The Weiner Is...
Top Dog In Town
Franks For The Memories
Weiner Takes All
Mighty Dog (or Dawg)
WeinerWagon (one word or two)
Bite Me! (with the tag line, "Best Dawg In Town"..and it'll make a hell of a t-shirt if you decide to sell those, too. Other taglines could be: Top Dawg In Town, or Big Dawg In Town, or Biggest Dawg In Town)
Here's to success...
8/12/2008 at 1:20 PM
Here are some more ideas, although the ones already suggested are pretty good. Any of these could use "Dog" or "Dawg."
Bulldawgs ... Fresh, Fast, Flavorful
Top Dog Dining
Top Dogs to Go
Lead Dog ... every bite tastes better
Frankly ... Forget Burgers
Better than Burgers
Dawgs Done Right
Dawgs Your Way
Darn That's a Great Dawg!
Great Dawgs Dining
Walking Dawgs (plays off fact you're selling from a moving (walking) cart)
8/12/2008 at 2:05 PM
Ideas for hot dogs sold in Nashville...hum...
Hee Haw Dogs!
8/12/2008 at 2:20 PM
The Frank Dogger
The Morgan Dogger
The Mucho Morgan Dogger
The Mighty Morgan Dogger
Top of the Cart Dogger
8/12/2008 at 3:03 PM
Squeals On Wheels
A Long Little Doggie
Hot Dang Hot Dogs!
Yummy Dogs...people relish them
You don't have to be Southern to like Frank's Real Dogs
8/12/2008 at 4:53 PM
8/12/2008 at 8:52 PM
Some ideas -- many of the above are good as well:
Three Dollar Dog
Fresh Franks -- freshest franks and lemonade in opryland
Yella Dawg -- alluding to the lemonade (yellow) and hot dogs
Ol' Yeller -- you can paint the stand yellow to stand out as well as market the lemonade, and it's the name of a famous dog.
Country Dawg or Country Dog
Fancy Fresh Dog
8/14/2008 at 10:06 AM
The Dog House
8/20/2008 at 9:08 AM
Well the question is closed and everyone had great Ideas Phil was the first one to respond PhilGrisoliaMarketing bite me sounded great.
So thus this got me thinking and with every ones help I came up Via mydomain.com registry with "The Heavenly Dog" .net as my final selection and yes the Bite me! would be great on the back of a T-Shirt.
demode1204 had some nice twist on names also.
Another great list of Ideas from mdlugozima again the tag lines helped with how it would play out in the minds of potential customers.
No thank you franklevert for the Hee Haw dogs but nice try.
kevin.shoesmith also had some great Ideas. the tag lines helped me to refine my concept as to how I wanted to hear it played out to a customer.
kevin.shoesmith I really had to stop and think about the concept of using The Grand old Dog. .............. then I said no thank you and stuck with my Heavenly dog.
I rode around Nashville at night and checked out the competition
Someone had the Hound dog and a likeness of Elvis " food was Bad"
I wanted to thank everyone for your help and I thought the fact that most I guess people who looked at this didn't live in Nashville TN all bright and fresh Ideas.
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