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Post by petillm » Sat Apr 15, 2006 11:55 pm

Wizard of Oz,

Thanks for your feedback. I appreciate your reply back and words of encouragement. Looks like I'm leaning towards either "SafeHarbor" or "SafeHarbour".

What does the group think would be the best name to stand out with what I'm doing???

SafeHarbor Insurance Group
SafeHarbour Insurance Group

What do you think the right words should be after SafeHarbor?

Thank you everyone for all your support and recommendations!!!

I will continue to look for guidance and help out when I can, as well!
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Post by petillm » Sun Apr 16, 2006 12:05 am

PS.....now to find the right catchy/unique tagline for SafeHarbor.

Are you guys/gals up for it!!!!!!!!!!

The challenge awaits!!!

Looking forward to your replies!!
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Post by petillm » Sun Apr 16, 2006 12:51 am

I didn't know if this went through!!

PS....Are you ready for the challenge of coming up with the catchy/unique tagline to go with SafeHarbor or SafeHarbour.

Looking for your creative minds once more.

Again, Thank you all for everything!!!!

I look forward to your replies!!!
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Post by Wizard of Oz » Sun Apr 16, 2006 1:00 am

.. *grin* .. naturally I would opt for SafeHarbour as we put /u/ in the safe harbour .. *groan* .......

WoZ of Aus 16/04/06
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Post by haro » Sun Apr 16, 2006 2:16 am

I was sure that 'u' would be brought up. In American English, 'Glamour' seems to be the only '-our' noun that is acceptable, except, of course, 'Labour' when talking about Tony Blair's party. Too off topic, I know; 'glamour' has its own thread in the archives.
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