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We had a local realtor buy a big ambulance and had it wrapped, I'm sure it was commercial insurance and expensive to run, about a year later they opened their own office.
Not sure where it went, wonder if those vinyl wraps are removable/antidote.
 

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Home is where the heart is. Is yours in good shape?
 

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I don't like the "Dr" approach to a home, we have one in my area and personally I believe it's fraud meaning your saying you have a doctorate degree. I see plenty people get arrested for impersonating Drs, dentists etc.
With that said, from what I gather your work is top notch.
I would go with something like
Transplant Specialist- meaning they'll call you when they want something updated.
I only read couple these posts, but slogans/names intrigue me, it does take awhile to formulate in your mind what your business focuses on, but not to limit type of work should you want to expand and not be locked into a box because of the name etc.

Seriously?
 

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Seriously?

I like one word answers instead of a long quote.

Some jingles get stuck in my head and I have to purposely zero it out, I think they got tons of work from it, but not from me. I'm sure it's geared toward the housewives.

I'm a little stuck in my ways, priority one is "professional" whether it be quality, knowledge, etc. you better bring it. All that other crap, jingles, cartoon characters, whatever you use to promote/hook your clients is kinda silly to me.

Seriously!
 

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Lol. This is still going. Im turning down all residential projects right now. Getting a **** ton of leads every day from my scandalous branding and dumping all of them. Ha ha

Im going into commercial building... A true paper pushin gc, but with a few employees...
 

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Slogans do not really sell anything, but they do give conversation and chuckles. They do not always work out as they were intended.

My favorite was a plumbing sewer contractor that had slogan "If it don't go down, call Brown". The contractor also had the truck painted brown. It was appropriate for the business if you have a bit of a sense of humor.
 
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