According to Entrepreneur.com, "[n]aming a business is a lot like laying the cornerstone of a building. Once it's in place, the entire foundation and structure is aligned to that original stone."
For example, Smucker's, famous for its jams and jellies, skillfully capitalized on its unusual name with the slogan, "With a name like Smucker's, it has to be good."
The jury's out, though, on the following establishments:
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2. Bubba, you're not running a bait shop. You have a last name. Use it.
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3. Scarier is the Lovejuice slogan: "It's a natural thing."
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4. No comment.
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5. Tee hee.
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6. Only in France.
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7. And of course, only in America.
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8. Keep out...because it's always that time of the month.
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9. Next door to Cabbages and Condoms.
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10. I guess lightning can strike in the same place twice.
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11. Schwing always gets it up.
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12. Where there's always a happy ending.
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13. A euphemism might come in handy here.
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14. Mr. Lynch, you're asking for trouble.
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