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Catchy Name & Tagline For Client Bbq Event
Posted by Anonymous on
4/19/2005 at 4:28 PM ET
Our company is hosting a BBQ event for clients and local developers. We will have a theme based on "The Apprentice". We need a clever play on words for the name & tagline of the event. It can be humorous etc.
We are planning a few "tasks" for each corporation to perform and ultimately present to the boardroom.
It's meant to be a fun, enjoyable event.
Would love some clever, creative input.
4/19/2005 at 4:47 PM
Eat & Compete -Are you Game?
Apprentice BBQ - Where the burgers aren't the only things to get fired.
Street Smarts? Book Smarts? BBQ Smarts?
Apprentice BBQ - There’s no room to be board here.
Boardroom BBQ - Can you stand the heat?
Apprentice BBQ - Can you stand the heat?
Meet, Eat & Compete - Are you up to the task?
Hope these get you started.
Sounds like fun -
4/19/2005 at 5:28 PM
It seems like there is some connection between "You're fired" and "Fire up the Bar-be-que" but I can't come up with it at the moment.
Maybe some of the creative minds in here can do something with this!
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