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Need A Creative, Catchy Slogan
Posted by Anonymous on
4/2/2005 at 9:11 PM ET
I am a REMAX Realtor and need a tag line and superior customer service is my emphasis. That will be the quality that sets me apart from the pack. I have alot of home sales experience and have been very successful.
I would also like a name for my group/team. Great tag line is more important right now. But one of the brand names I have thought of is THE TOWN & COUNTRY GROUP....simply because I will cover a large area that is both suburban and rural.
Want the whole thing to be "high end" and professional but catcty and creative. HELP!
Thanks a million!
4/3/2005 at 1:31 AM
I think you should call your team the HOME TEAM. Your slogan could play off of that:
For Quality Service and Experience, call YOUR HOME TEAM...
or something like that.
It's simple, yet not anything I remember seeing from realators in this area.
I hope this helps!
4/3/2005 at 9:11 PM
Thanks everyone....for PKEMPER...ya know how most agent's slogans or tag lines boast about how they're #1 and they are all that and a bag of chips? Well, my idea is to project that I am focused on the customer first and customer driven. Its a tough process for people and knowing someone's concerned anout THEM and not the awards they might get frst is the point.
Please keep the ideas coming!!
4/5/2005 at 3:13 AM
It's a Win-Home Situation
It's a Home Run
4/6/2005 at 10:52 PM
The Town and Country Group
Where You're Number 1
We Deliver Results
Your choice for Experience & Results
When Experience Counts
We know where the good homes are! ;-)
We'll lead you home.
5/4/2005 at 12:56 AM
Pkemper is moving you in the right direction. Superior customer service is something I'm fairly sure if I asked every other real estate professional they would say it within the first five minutes. If they didn't -- I would then be interested in them.
Customer service is table stakes -- if you don't do it you don't survive. But, you can't distinguish yourself on that alone. Find something else that is valuable and relevant to what you do -- something about who you are, what you do well -- then focus on that as your promise to customers.
Get the basics done first -- then look for a smart, memorable name for your offering.
5/16/2005 at 3:48 PM
Hello all. I am closing this question since it's more than 2 weeks old. We do this to reward the contributions of participants in a timely manner + to give increased visibility to the newer questions.
Thanks for participating!
Carrie (Production Editor)
7/9/2007 at 2:56 AM
I'm developing a product on engine oil. This product enables one to save fuel up to 30% depending on the type of cars, and thus save money. I need a simple and catchy slogan to this product. Would appreciate if you could help think of a catchy and creative slogans! Thanks oin advance.
2/15/2008 at 11:18 PM
my last name is house and I a have entered the world of real estate and need help. I need a catchy slogan. I have the perfect last name for a slogan but I am drawing a blank. Can anybody help me out there? Thanks
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