You’re welcome in advance for this one.
Naming your business can be challenging. Do you use your name? Do you include explicitly the kind of business it is? Is it more abstract and evocative?
For your next cemetery, golf course, apartment complex, condo development, housing subdivision, retirement home (err … senior living center) or any of a handful of other business ventures, just mix and match the words below into pairs.
Obviously, I’m devoting insufficient time to this blog. Not only should there be more posts more often, this list should have been produced as an infographic or – better yet – a little interactive program. Regardless, your generic name awaits!
ALL-PURPOSE (can be used as first or second word in your name)
ONLY TO START (can only be used as first word your name)
Thundering (use with caution)
Bear, Fox, Deer or other animal (bonus: need not be regionally appropriate!)
ONLY TO END (should only be used as the second of the two words in your name)
Plural of any of the all-purpose words
Have you been to that new golf course Boulder Terrace!? Have you visited my new apartment at Whispering Pines!? Did she just buy the last home in Fox Valley!? Is your grandfather buried at Forest Glen!?
Again, you’re welcome.
I have certainly missed some of the wonderfully generic words available. Please use the comment section to:
a) add more words (and qualify them if necessary) and/or
b) add more business ventures for which this mix+match is appropriate
As always, thanks for visiting and for reading. Disclaimer: I do not advocate for generic naming of businesses.