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Dec 19, 2011 10:52 am

NVM. Taken care of thank you.

Dec 19, 2011 4:47 pm

How about Focusing on the Wrong Thing Invesment Partners.  Sorry - couldn't resist!  Seriously, my pool name is ____, ____ & Associates and it sounds fine.  Most names when first uttered sound a bit odd.  I'm sure at some point Mr. Merrill, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Pierce, Mr. Fenner, and Mr. Smith at one point all looked at themselves and said 'really? All of these names sounds kind of weird...' And, it turns out, it worked out decently for them. 

Dec 19, 2011 5:50 pm

Watson-Mahany and Associates sounds good if you have associates.

Dec 20, 2011 1:04 pm

[quote=Mr. Net New]

How about Focusing on the Wrong Thing Invesment Partners.  Sorry - couldn't resist!  Seriously, my pool name is ____, ____ & Associates and it sounds fine.  Most names when first uttered sound a bit odd.  I'm sure at some point Mr. Merrill, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Pierce, Mr. Fenner, and Mr. Smith at one point all looked at themselves and said 'really? All of these names sounds kind of weird...' And, it turns out, it worked out decently for them. 

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Haha, I completely agree! However, that's why I asked the forum rather than spend too much of my day thinking about it myself.

Thank you both for the advice though.

Dec 20, 2011 11:25 pm

Here are some ideas:

Dewey, Cheatem & Howe

Eyee Pei Freely

Lowe, Ball & Lynch

Rush, Rush & Delay

Sharp, Knife & Slip

Stanley, Toole & Dye

Eaton, French, Frye & Berger

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