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Water Refilling Station Store Name And Taglines
3/3/2012 at 12:03 PM ET
Hi! I am in desperate need of help picking a name for my new business.
Right now I'm going to be doing Water Refilling Station
Here are a few I've been thinking about, but would love if anyone else has additional ideas or suggestions!
pure and Safe
Pure and clear
pure crystal clear
H20 to go
Water without worry.
3/3/2012 at 4:54 PM
Spill n Fill
3/3/2012 at 5:36 PM
Who will you be selling the water to, and for what purposes will they be using it. What are the demographics of your buyers. The reason I ask is that you want a name they can read and understand rather than one that might mislead them.
3/3/2012 at 7:17 PM
Oasis To Go
3/3/2012 at 7:55 PM
i will be putting up the station in a subdivision selling to the whole neighborhood. They will be drinking it as it is purified drinking water having the clearest total dissolve solids almost good for babies.
also i need help for taglines
like Water without worry.
i was thinking of marketing strategy like
buy 3 bottle 5-gallons get for php 100
buy 5 bottles and get 1 5-gallon water free
Refer-a friend and get 1 5-gallon water free
any other promo ideas will help? thanks guys!
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