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Tagline Be For A Theatrical Electronics Repairs
12/19/2012 at 6:33 PM ET
I am starting a company In the UK that deals with the electronic servicing of theatrical and live events equipment.
The company is called "Prompt Corner Service" (the prompt corner, which is stage right, is traditionally where the stage manager runs the show from)
I am looking for a Tagline to go with the company name. My best is
"Wired for the future"
Can anyone else help, it would be greatly appreciated.
12/19/2012 at 8:25 PM
Unless all your prospective clients will understand Prompt Corner Service's meaning, your best bet is making your tagline clearly articulate your offering. For example: "Theatrical & Events Equipment Service Specialists"
12/20/2012 at 3:51 AM
From my perspective it's a pity that you didn't call yourself Prompt Corner Electronics - because the services could be for anybody who deals with that space, including the Stage Manager!
"Has your equipment exited stage left? Make for stage right and Prompt Corner Services"
Any good? Let us know, Moriarty xx
12/20/2012 at 4:23 AM
The reason I didn't go for "Prompt Corner Electrics" is because, I do not use specialise in Electronics but also deal with mechanical equipment. Also the company will be my name in the Freelance world of production services.
Thank you both for your suggestions
12/20/2012 at 12:48 PM
"Has it gone bang again? Prompt Corner enters stage right with a prompt service"
"When your equipment forgets its lines, Prompt Corner whispers in its ears"
"Prompt Corner, when your equipment needs a quiet whisper"
Are these any good?? M xxx
12/21/2012 at 1:18 PM
When a Stage Whisper just won't do.
Tantrums & more - Averted.
The PDQ Factor.
12/21/2012 at 1:48 PM
Prompt Corner Service – on with the show!
Prompt Corner Service – the show must go on.
12/27/2012 at 11:51 AM
I appreciate everyone's help with this, I'm not to sure on the theatrical comedy taglines that most are coming up with the best so far is
Theatrical & Events Equipment Service Specialists"
12/28/2012 at 5:14 AM
humour/comedy goes a long way in countries like Australia, New Zealand and Britain. It doesn't do so well in South Africa or America. It depends on your location, for they may be English speakers, they have different attitudes to it.
If you want an effective tagline, you chat with your customers. You don't just speak to the passers by who aren't listening. Stating what you do is fine, only when your customer has a problem - something that speaks to them directly will catch their eye. If they need something fixing urgently, that is where they head.
Supporting your Backstage Equipment
When your backstage equipment goes wrong, we put it right
Urgent repair? We're Prompt!
Theatrical & Event Equipment Breakdown? We're Prompt.
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