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Name Needed For A New Home Improvement Company
Posted by Anonymous on
5/14/2007 at 11:06 PM ET
We are starting a family owned company that does all types of home improvements in the Denver area.
Were looking for a name that is unique, catchy and easy to remember.
Were not sure whether we want the name to reflect Colorado or relate to the words "home improvement".
Were open to suggestions - Thank you for your help!
5/15/2007 at 7:59 AM
Within your name should be the term "home improvements"
Whether it is "Denver o4 Colorado" you should say what you do, in your name. As for tagline, bind yourself to your clients..
Taglines: "We Respect Your Home" or something along the line that you care...it's their property...you are just a visitor.
5/16/2007 at 12:50 PM
You don't have to use improvement in your comany name but I did my best to help with your request. Think of a unique name with a great tagline.
"With our home improvements you'll see the light"
Home Improvement Lady
"Beautifying your home destroying my nails"
Spot home improvement
Have a dog with spots for your mascot tagline line could be "You like your spot we'll make it better"
Dial Denver Improvements
Canyon home improvement
Tia home improvement
Ad home improvement
Global home improvement
5/24/2007 at 5:33 PM
getting it right
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