Category Archives: Names + Taglines

Need Cool Upbeat Name For Training Program

I am starting a training program for a real estate company of about 400 agents. I will be training newly licensed agents, most under 30, as well as experience seasoned agents. I want the name for the new agent program to tie in with advanced training. I want to get the attention of the under 30 and over 50 age groups. We have some great icons to use since it is real estate; keys, doors, steps, to name a few. Everything I think of sounds old and worn out! Any suggestions?

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Jay’s Answer: Consider: “The Real Workout: Strengthen Your Sales Muscles”

Any Ideas On What To Name A Run For The Refugees?

I’m trying to come up with a catchy name for a 5K or 10K run that I’m trying to set up in my community to benefit the refugees in the Mediterranean. I will be partnering with either Doctor’s Without Borders or International Medical Corps…haven’t decided yet. But, I’d rather not call it something generic like Run for Refugees, or Refugee 5K.

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Jay’s Answer:

Run For Asylum: A 5K/10K Benefit
Sanctuary Much: A Benefit 5K/10K Run

Awards Company 30th Anniversary Slogan/tag Line

I work for a very fun, family owned, Awards company. This year we are celebrating our 30th birthday! I’ve been trying to come up with a clever tagline including the word ‘award’… but I’m not sure if it sounds right or very good… “Awarding your success for 30 years” Thoughts? Suggestions Thank you

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Jay’s Answer:

30 Years Of Prize Customers
Our Gratitude for 30 Years Of Loyal Customers

Catchy Name For Event Planning Business

Looking for a catchy but sophisticated name for an event planning business based out of a Latin American Country. Most of the competition has catchy names that resonate with the market and show a certain degree of creativity.
In terms of languages, its a mostly Spanish speaking country, however, most of the names for such type of businesses is in English, French or Italian.

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Jay’s Answer:

  • Especial
  • Pianificato
  • Prévu

Name our Safety Day

I am an Administrative Mgr for an Electric Cooperative. Every month we hold a “Safety Down Day” where all field employees come in and we discuss safety topics and hold safety training. That day has expanded to other types of training outside of safety topics, so am looking for a somewhat catchy name that would encompass both the safety aspect but also other employee development training.

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Jay’s Answer: Some off-the-top suggestions to play with:

  • Up With Down Day
  • Train Down Day
  • Safe & Secure Day
  • Think Smart (Down) Day

Name For A Crm Software For Charities, Ngos…

We’re building a simple CRM for Charities, NGOs, and the like. It tracks donors, donations, and gives them graphs and statistics for them to track their progress.

It will be offered in both English and Spanish, so we’re looking for a name that is either neutral or understandable in both languages. For example, prefixes like fund-, or dona-, are common to both, but we’re open to anything new :)

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Jay’s Answer:

  • Donabase
  • Donorsoft

Need Name Suggestions For Kid Entrepreneur Chicken Farm

Two little girls (ages 7&8) want to name a chicken breeding business. They liked fancy feather, but it is taken. They hatch and sell chicks. They also sell eggs. Most of their chickens are rare breeds. Their signature birds lay blue eggs, although they don’t want to limit themselves to that breed. They need a name for their farm and would love to get some suggestion. The vibe is fun. They would like to add merchandise to their products in the future. Here are some names they would use to describe their farm: fun, cute, crazy, silly, American, homesteaders.

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Jay’s Answer:

  • Feathers & Yolks
  • Yolked & Feathered
  • Clucks & Peeps
  • 2 Little Chicks
  • Chicks With Chix

Marketing Promotions Names Needed

I need general tag lines for marketing promotions, like Market Blitz or Lucky 7, etc
The audience is photographers, promo is on photo printers and photo ink ribbons. Each promo would be different, just looking for different “buzz wording” like Sizzling Summer Sale or All Bundled Up Winter promo, but certainly doesn’t have to use seasonal words, those were just examples. I’ve used Memories Deserve Prints before.

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Jay’s Answer:

  • Snap Up Sale
  • Inking Up Savings
  • Printing Money