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Posted by Anonymous on
9/6/2010 at 1:53 PM ET
Hello, I am opening an Event Center, which I will also plan and manage all events if needed. I love to be creative and organize one of a kind parties and events. We live in a very small town, that has noting like this, there is no where to have a party, nor is there where to have a wedding recepition.
Our town is well known for antique stores...... the building I am currently looking to rent is on the square in the middle of the antiuqe stores.
I need a name and tagline.
Looking forward to all your great suggestions..................
9/6/2010 at 4:54 PM
Why wouldn't you name it:
"[Town-name] Event Center"
"[Town-name] Special Event Center"
Since you have no direct competition, that should stand out. And it will keep you from being too corporate or too "wedding."
[Town-name] in the above could also be the name of your county, region, or even a familiar landmark (like a nearby lake or mountain, for example).
9/6/2010 at 7:37 PM
Did it ever occur to you that there's no event center in your "very small" town because there is no need for one?
What does your objective research tell you about whether or not the residents are interested - and on what level - in an event center.
You could be ready to open a business that is doomed to fail because there is no need for the service(s) you propose to offer.
Think seriously about that before you go any further.
9/7/2010 at 8:41 AM
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9/17/2010 at 5:58 AM
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