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I am an army veteran and the wife of a soldier. I am thinking about opening up a cleaning service, but I can't seem to come up with a name.
My name is Katie, and I have 2 kids and 2 dogs. I am from Georgia and wouldn't mind incorporating that in the name. I am a bit OCD and did think of using that as the initials and finding words to fit. But mostly, I would like to incorporate something military in the name.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
By Katie from Fort Dix, NJ
Fighting dirt and grime! Call me before the dust bunnies overcome thee!
Have dirt? Will travel!
Hope these help you in your venture! Good luck!
The Cleaning Troops
The Clean (ing) Army
Yes Sir Cleaners
Yes Maam Cleaners
Ten Hut Cleaners
Attention House Cleaner
At Your Service House Cleaner
"Polishing The Brass"
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I want to incorporate USN for my cleaning business. Please help. I need an action word using those letters, thanks.
By Pamelo from Palmdale, CA
I'm not sure what you want, are you trying to appeal to Navy personnel (Shape up, Sailor)? Or do you want it known that you're affiliated with Navy personnel? (I haven't a clue, browse a dictionary as a last resort.) (08/10/2010)
I am a US Navy veteran and would like a suggestion of a house cleaning business name reflecting my past military affiliation. Any ideas? Thanks and God bless us all.
Swab The Deck Cleaning Service
"We are proud of our U.S. military service (Navy) and we will clean your house (office, or whatever) with the same high standards that we were commissioned to have when we served."
White Glove Cleaning Services
Or something that else that has "white glove" in the name?
God bless you in your new adventure! (07/07/2010)
Great suggestions so far; here's another: maybe "ShipShape"? (07/07/2010)
By Lynn Marler
Spit and polish! Just joking, that's army anyway.
Marg from England. (07/08/2010)