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Need Name For Insurance Agency!
4/29/2009 at 10:04 AM ET
Hello we already have an established real estate business and we are now expanding into insurance. Our real estate name is All Seasons Realty and our tag line is Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall All Seasons Realty does it all. We are thinking of just putting the insurance name as All Seasons Insurance with pretty much the same tag line. I was told that it is best thought to not have insurance in the agency name because it has a negative connotation. I was just looking for some alternatives for the name and tag line.
Thanks in advance.
4/29/2009 at 11:18 AM
A couple of suggestions, if I may...
1. For the name, since your company has already established a reputation, simply add to it as follows:
All Seasons Realty & Insurance (and, yes, I'd use the ampersand rather than the word "and")
2. I'd definitely shorten your tagline, particularly since you're adding to your name. My suggestion:
"Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall, We Do It All" ("All" now being insurance as well as real estate sales.) Hope that helps.
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4/30/2009 at 9:07 AM
If there's the slightest chance that your company may also be expanding into yet another field, don't go All Seasons Realty & Insurance (because the 3rd field would add to the list of offerings and be a bit unwieldy).
As a realty name, All Seasons indicates that you sell both winter and summer destinations. But as an insurance name, All Seasons doesn't make sense to me (unless you're selling insurance that's seasonal) other than leveraging your realty name. You could try to make a connection between your realty name and insurance name by something like: All People Insurance, All Needs Insurance, etc.
As for a tagline: Protecting Your Family In All Seasons, or Protecting Your Property Year-Round, etc. (to try to make the additional connection between your two businesses).
5/4/2009 at 2:42 AM
You May Try These:
"All Seasons Insurance" followed by a tagline-"We Insure,We Assure"
"Insure All Seasons"
"Smart Insurance" followed by a tagline-"Smart People,Smart Insurance"
"365 Insurance" followed by a Tagline-"We insure,You Rest Assure"
"All Insurance" followed by a Tagline- "We Cover All"
5/9/2009 at 12:55 PM
thanks for everyone's advice we are going to go with All Seasons Insurance with the tag line "Protecting Your Business & Family In All Seasons"
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