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#202788 - 10/10/11 10:21 AM Re: Looking for a name... [Re: twosleepy]
Levron. Definitely--it sounds all ooh-ahhy
Source: My own novel
#202795 - 10/11/11 03:53 AM Re: Looking for a name... [Re: SnowFaerie]
Loc: Auckland, New Zealand
Levron raises my attention somewhat. Not sure why but it has an essence about it.
#203329 - 11/18/11 02:37 PM Re: Looking for a name... [Re: twosleepy]
Loc: western NY
Oh, that was a few weeks ago.... anyhoo...
I just thought I'd mention what name they decided to go with (despite some of my nice suggestions...) drum roll, please............ OLEDWorks. Exciting, isn't it? Well, not everyone feels creative names are the best way to go, I guess. But, on the other hand, they have have found all the financial backers they needed and have incorporated and officially hired all the people that have been working for over a year without any contract, including my hubby. Let's just hope the whole thing will take off and make some money for everyone... :0)
#213377 - 11/27/13 10:41 AM Re: Looking for a name... [Re: twosleepy]
sorry, I didn't read all the board.
#216946 - 06/06/14 09:47 PM Re: Looking for a name... [Re: twosleepy]
Loc: Victoria, Australia
What about LIGHT GO
The word is highlighted in green to emphasize play on word "green light". What do you do on a green light - go....._________________________
live in the moment
#221081 - 05/21/15 12:58 AM Re: Looking for a name... [Re: twosleepy]
Originally Posted By: twosleepyI'd like to tap the creative minds on this board for an ear-catching company name. Here is a description of the company:
This company will design, manufacture and (maybe) distribute lighting products for residential and commercial use. These products will be based on a form of clean, green, energy-efficient technology not currently available in any lighting market.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Really... How can an "end of the line" light product get its energy source from what you claim will power it?
First, you'll have to install those "special wall outlets," right next to the AC outlets and then pray until you see the light.
Maybe get a bunch of saints with those glowy things around their heads. If it takes off, have the Pope name about a bazillion new saints. Come to think of it, anyone named a saint would have their own headlight and wouldn't have a need for your product.
And what in the world is not residential or commercial? Those two cover about everything on the planet except North Korea, Outer Mongolia and that creepy dude who lives across town on Bicycle Graveyard Lane.
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