NekosDemon Posted 27 Jul 2012 , 1:28pm
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I got great responses, thank you! I have narrowed them done to these and would love your options! and if one of these inspires you, feel free to add on. icon_biggrin.gif

My Business Name is "The Lucky Cakery"

Oh gosh!! this one just popped into my head, lol icon_razz.gif

Where Having Luck has Never Been So Sweet

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Addictive_desserts Posted 27 Jul 2012 , 1:41pm
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There are always reasons to celebrate hence my vote to the "making everyday a celebration".
I just think there is too much mention of the word luck if it is also in the Catch phrase!
I think it is all hard work and effort not luck that has got you where you are! - my opinion!

Panel7124 Posted 27 Jul 2012 , 2:12pm
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Originally Posted by Addictive_desserts

There are always reasons to celebrate hence my vote to the "making everyday a celebration".
I just think there is too much mention of the word luck if it is also in the Catch phrase!
I think it is all hard work and effort not luck that has got you where you are! - my opinion!




... and love for what you do (possibly), so I'm going for 'Where Love and Cake Meet' icon_smile.gif

karensjustdessert Posted 27 Jul 2012 , 2:15pm
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How about "Get Lucky" icon_wink.gif


Proofread alert:

It should be "...every day is a celebration"

Addictive_desserts Posted 27 Jul 2012 , 9:13pm
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It should be " making every day a celebration" there is no IS in it!

karensjustdessert Posted 27 Jul 2012 , 9:27pm
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Oops, my bad. I should have proofread myself!

BrandisBaked Posted 29 Jul 2012 , 2:05am
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How about "the odds are in our flavor"? icon_smile.gif

scp1127 Posted 29 Jul 2012 , 10:13am
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While a catch phrase is cute, it will not do anything to promote your business. The seven word mission statement in its place would give potential clients a clear understanding of what you do.

Look up some examples to see this aspect at work. Many are longer than seven words, but still one sentence. The seven words and under one is good for business cards and for the fleeting impression, which is all you get, when people are deciding to look further at a business.

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