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    It's all about the Brand. New Groom Service Embroidered Uniforms





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    What, no iron?

    Those look nice.

    Peace,
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    Looks good! But may I suggest you need some headgear?

    Perhaps a beret of poodle for your noodle?


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    I agree, Joe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmd View Post
    I agree, Joe...

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    Good looking chapeau, Michael !! (Hope I spelled it right)

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    I wsnt one that has....who .....on the back......

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    I've got monogrammed clothing from a number of companies I've worked for... all of which failed... and two of them were even my own
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    Nice logo/graphic Joe

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    I like your Logo, Joe. If I recall, you mentioned that you trained as a graphic artist, did you design the logo?

    Ralphie

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbys View Post
    I wsnt one that has....who .....on the back......
    o.k.
    funny
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    You did, Rick.
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    This is the sort I did, when I was a cowboy.



    Poor, wee cow.
    We're merely mammals. Let's misbehave! óCole Porter

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    That would put you off bbq meat for a while I reckon.

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    Love that logo.
    Did you folks create it yourselves?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmd View Post
    I agree, Joe...

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    oh hell thats who mmd is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Y View Post
    That would put you off bbq meat for a while I reckon.
    New ranch tech uses lasers rather than irons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Y View Post
    That would put you off bbq meat for a while I reckon.
    Naah. We tossed the gronicles in a bucket and fried them up for brekkies the next day.

    (Lamb are way better than calf.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip-skiff View Post
    Naah. We tossed the gronicles in a bucket and fried them up for brekkies the next day.

    (Lamb are way better than calf.)
    So, I've heard!


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    "Yummy, yummy, yummy! Prairie Ersters in my tummy!"

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    Yeah, LeeG; I wasn't very obtuse when I selected my Forum handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Bow View Post
    Love that logo.
    Did you folks create it yourselves?
    Yes I designed the Logo and all the branding, website and all the communications graphics. The goal was to have a look ( Brand ) that was unlike every other similar business and look as though it was a fleet even though we only had one groomer ( Renee ) and one van. I used to love take calls when people would say I just saw ONE of your vans

    Professionalism and uniformity is key to my growth plan.

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    Yea! Those vans look awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmd View Post
    I agree, Joe...

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    Nice hats and nice logo Michael. I want to do hats with just the Logo and Groom Service along the back. The problem is I need to have the hats made out of a material that sheds hair. Your hats as lovely as they are will look like crap in our van in about 27 minutes
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    Nice,

    Gonna make that logo the biz avatar on social media and the web? What about having a costume made so you can have a bulldog hand out flyers at the next dog show?

    Skywriting?

    Kevin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breakaway View Post
    Nice,

    Gonna make that logo the biz avatar on social media and the web? What about having a costume made so you can have a bulldog hand out flyers at the next dog show?

    Skywriting?

    Kevin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip-skiff
    This is the sort I did, when I was a cowboy.



    Poor, wee cow.
    And that is where my brain went when I first read the thread title.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Montgomery View Post
    And that is where my brain went when I first read the thread title.
    Different Minds, Different Brands
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    You're doing great. I have always pulled for you, Joe.

    Heck, when I retire in two years I may travel to sunny southern California to train in the Groom Service method and start a franchise.
    50% of people are below average in intelligence.


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    Twodot looks like a crossroads community the size of Axtel, Ohio.

    Of course, Axtel, Ohio likely has many more people living in close proximity than does Twodot, Montana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twodot View Post
    My forum name refers to Two Dot Wilson, a central Montana rancher who would brand his cattle with side-by-side dots on the hip. The town of Two Dot is named after him. When I was a kid we thought that it was the smallest town in Montana, based upon populations in the index of a road map. For some reason the name popped into my head, decades ago, when I filled out a form online.
    A co worker of mine once thought elementary school in Two Dot.

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    I worked on a ranch with a Montana cowgirl who had a heeler named Two Dot (marked accordingly).
    We're merely mammals. Let's misbehave! óCole Porter

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