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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Mowov Erthis, Feb 5, 2003.
I need opinions on this,
Is this name too silly?
Does it make sence?
Anything that is out of the norm is a good thing. getting people to remember and recognize your name is the goal.
(Checked using the LS spell checker for accuracy)
I think it the coolest logo to come around . go with it
thats pretty sweet i was thinking about changing mine to
Fat Chicken Lawn service. i just might thanks to you!
sure beats EDs mowing, Jims mowing, ole's mowing, johnson mowing, Happy hoboe mowing.
It doesn't sound like your serious.- Sorry!
out of the norm can be bad or good.
"nazi lawn care" would be remembered, but not hired...
this isn't nearly that extreme but i vote nay.
"Happy Cow" sounds like a Chinese Takeaway joint.
might work, there was a guy on another thread that was changing his business name to Green Zebra, said he was going to paint his trucks green striped. Changing the color of your trucks to look like a Holstein, that will make you stand out
When I decided to name my biz I didn't want MArk's irrigation service or nothing with someones name in it. So I went with Greenlights. Green for the green grass and Lights fer landscaping lights. I stopped buy a potenial customer the other day and gave him a card and he said I have seen your truck around town. So I guess you want to the logo to be everywhere. Had a guy design the logo fer me. Plus a website you can see my logo there.
It is not a name that I would personally choose, however if you were looking to stand out from the crowd...that could be a wise choice!
If you really wanted to stand out you could letter your trucks/trailers with "cow print". People sure wouldn't forget about ya.