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Old 12-08-2005, 11:42 PM
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some say they dont like names like Joe's lawn care. they want it to sound more professional,

however something like Sanford and Son,
makes it sound like they have been doing it a while
where as C&C makes me think there's 2 of them..

I think you have hit on the million dollar queston.

as you know however law firms and bean counters use 3 to 4 names.

Smith, Jones, And Petterson,

So I'm sure your quite confussed at this point.
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Old 12-09-2005, 08:14 AM
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I was looking to stand out from the crowd of the ben and jerrys lawn care sevice. I picked FULL THROTTLE LAWN CARE and I'm haveing great success after two solid months being in the biz. Only advertising in one paper and thats it. I'm booked 4 solid days and I'm at the point were I'm droping clients for better propertys. I refer then to a buddy in the biz and thats working out. His companys name is gano's lawn care,go figure.
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Old 12-09-2005, 11:19 PM
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cool

looks like i'll name my business Full Throttle Lawn Care. thanks for the "suggestion."

actually, naming is the hardest part....so far. if i used my name it would be simple, decided by my parents at my birth. but since i don't think i want to use my name, i have to come up with a different name. and that's something i can never decide on.
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