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Can you think of a cool name for a new department?

Hi!
I am about to establish a new department in the company. The focus of the department is to provide forklift rental services and second hand forklift sales. We had been brainstorming on how we should label the department but we could not come up with a cool name... maybe you could help me out with this one.
Thanks a lot guys...
  • Posted 22 Nov 2005 17:15
  • Discussion started by chris_a
  • Philippines, Philippines
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In England there is a proverb - "where there's MUCK there's BRASS"

Clearly this means where there is dirt there is money and lets face it turning old trucks into good turnover is one of the few places left to make an honest bean left in this industry.

Why don't you try calling the department The Alchemy Team - i.e. the team that turns base metals into pure gold?
  • Posted 10 Mar 2006 04:04
  • Reply by jon_b
  • Cheshire, United Kingdom
The Useable Link.
Our Link to Used Products.

a play on the words fusible links
  • Posted 27 Dec 2005 02:46
  • Reply by GodFather
  • New Jersey, United States

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