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Punniest business names: Volume II

In 2014 a survey was released that said 44 percent of people were more likely to remember a business with a ‘punny’ name. We looked into the best businesses this year that are getting in on the pun.

In 2014 a survey was released that said 44 percent of people were more likely to remember a business with a ‘punny’ name. We looked into the best businesses this year that are getting in on the pun. 

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Whether you like or dislike puns it is hard to argue that they aren’t memorable, or a good business tactic. According to brand research by Nectar Business, people are more likely to talk about a business name if it leaves an impression. 

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Brand names are key to a businesses identity. Quirky or idiosyncratic brand names are highly suggestive and are capable of leaving strong a memory of the place. Customer associations with such brand names are often the main cause of generating recommendations.

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The Register looked into some of the best business name puns two years ago. Now, we’re looking into the business puns that we both love and love to hate. 

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Lord of the Fries: The popular vegan and vegetarian burger joint. Oddly named after the 1950’s book Lord of the Flies which involves self-governed teenage boys and, unsurprisingly, disastrous results. 

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Temple of Groom: Doggy day care boutique that strives to put their best paw Ford. 

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Beercycle: Bar hop with style. 

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Bread Zeppelin: I could ramble on but this place is basically the stairway to heaven. 

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Tequila Mockingbird: I guess there’s just one type of tequila; Tequila. 

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SprayLaVie: That’s life. 

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Live and Let Dye hair salon: *Guitar Solo*

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Prints Charming: One day my prints will come. 

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Pho Shizzle Vietnamese Cuisine: White translation – For Sure, food from Vietnam. 

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