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Tagline For Travel Company
Posted by Anonymous on
10/31/2012 at 11:50 AM ET
Hi friends..I started a travel company with name "leisure mantra"..can u pls suggest me a good tagline for it
10/31/2012 at 3:33 PM
Please describe your services, what you do for your customers? Who is your target audience? Where are they and where are you? Since there are already many "travel companies" why are you starting a new one? What problem do you uniquely solve for customers? How are you different and better than the other travel businesses? Why did you choose the name "Leisure mantra", and what do your customers think of this name, what does it mean to them?
Sure, this seems like a lot of questions, but the more we know, the better our suggestions will be.
10/31/2012 at 6:05 PM
I agree with Steve that you have presented far too little information.
Is it not time that questioners should fill in a list of essential details so that we could get an idea of the sort of things you need answering?
Taglines are an important statement for a company, and the closer they are to who and what you do are very important.
11/1/2012 at 8:17 AM
Ideally, the name of a company is supposed to at least hint at the types of products or services it has to offer. "Leisure Mantra" dramatically fails that test.
If you're going to be a "travel company" (does that mean 'travel agency"?) then preferably your name - or certainly your tagline - ought to include words related to that service.
11/1/2012 at 11:30 AM
"Getting You To A Happier Place"
Your English suggests you are either not in the US or speak english as a second language. Is this company in the US? In the US something like "Find Your Happy Place" will make sense. However that will not be true globally.
Your company name also suggests you provide personal travel (leisure) only. Did you mean to restrict your services to that area?
The other posters have excellent questions. If you provide more details you may get better responses.
Good luck -
11/1/2012 at 4:19 PM
"Taking you beyond your horizons"
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