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    • Avatarhaolepino
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      #6169 |

      We are going to be selling fried pies and pulled pork from a truck in Hawaii; we like the name “Tin Roof Pie Co.” with its homey connotations, but it is a little long, and there is already a “Tin Shack Bakery” here.  We don’t want to be tied to “BBQ” theme as we expand, so we’d rather not put it in the name.  Any ideas or feedback?  Thanks!!!

    • FrannyFranny
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      #6170 |

      Don’t know; I think I’ll have to visit to do more research.  (jk)  🙂

      I like Tin Roof Pie Co., but I also understand your wish to shorten & differentiate (and keep name open to future menu expansion).

      Hang Tin

      Hot Tin Roof

      Wet Tin Roof

      Tin & Love

       

       

    • AvatarAllieMazon
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      #6173 |

      Windowsill Pie Co kind of reminds me of how grandma’s supposedly put pies to cool on the windowsill, and you’re selling from a truck window.

      I like Hot Tin Pie Co too (without the roof part)

      Fried Guys

    • Avatarhaolepino
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      #6174 |

      Thanks!  I like Hot Tin too, and Hang Tin has a definite Hawaii vibe.  There is a real cowboy culture in our town (the Hawaiian name for cowboy is Paniolo).  So we could slant towards a chuckwagon kind of theme too?  We have also thrown around “Eat Pie”, “Pie Love” and “Pie & Salt”.  Don’t want to be so trendy that it sounds dated in a few years…

    • FrannyFranny
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      #6175 |

      Pie Wagon

      Pie Hole

      Lonesome Pie

      Pieolo

      The Chuckwagon

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