Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by parts_master1, Jul 8, 2013.
LOL.. iRobot Investments...
How about "The Hunting Patriot LLC" or "Archangel Firearms LLC"
I got very creative when I started Cooper Home Inspection, LLC. I recommend you do to.
I'd use (last name here) Home Investment, LLC and be done with it.
+2 - Keep real estate far, FAR away from any sort of operating entity no matter what industry it's in. Gun industry... yeah, that's included.
With that in mind:
Entity # 1 (Real Estate) Lukalexanie, LLC.
Entity #2 (Fire Arms) ArchAngel Arms, LLC. - You can make your logo a cross with the R's - or a winged something of other using the A's.
Thanks for the comments guys.
I used the name of the local township when I got my FFL. I operate my gun business as "The Jubilee Marksman, Inc". That way, locals know exactly what area I'm in. My website (very simple, but gives the essentials): www.jubileemarksman.com
By using the word marksman, I avoided looking like a military specialist, or a hunting supply only, which I didn't want to appeal to only one or the other or the concealed carry crowd only. I don't know if my train of thought was ill advised or not, but that's how I thought through it. Others I considered:
Energetic Enterprises, Inc.
The Big Bang
The Gun Guy
I'd recommend keeping "gun" or "Firearm" out of the name, as it can wreak havoc when you try to ship things or set up some accounts. If you're in-home, when you check into your local zoning regulations/HOA restrictions it might help to keep the name a little mundane. Just a thought!
Dewey, Chetham, & Howe...
Aren't they attorneys?