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  • Maddog
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    #5506 |

    Hi All,

    I’ve had my own learn to swim business for a number of years, teaching kids as young as 4 months old to 82 years old. I provide hands on instruction as well as dry land strength training, weightlifting and water training sessions for a variety of competitors from beginners to the elite of all ages. I mainly concentrate on ‘swimmers’ and teaching technique but I also have a few triathletes on my books. In the past 18 months, I’ve started to work with adults with disabilities, from Cerebral Palsy, Autism to both Paraplegics and Quadriplegics!  With such a huge range of diversity in abilities, I could really use some creative and respectable names as I need to change my business name to better indicate what I do or maybe just a random one?? I was possibly thinking of using ‘supporting challenged athletes’ but this is obviously limited and inappropriate for my able bodied swimmers! Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!!! Thank You!!!

  • FrannyFranny
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    #5514 |

    Hi maddog, I think you could go with a great swim-business name & let the tagline say the rest.

    Making Waves | swim lessons for every age & ability

    Aqua Frog | personalized swim instruction for every age and ability

    Big Blue | swim lessons & water training for every age & every body

  • snark
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    Post count: 314
    #5527 |

    Good ideas all, Franny!

    Dolphin’s Run

    Water Wings

    Dive In

  • van helsing
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    #5573 |

    Strokes of Genius

    Deep Blue Genes

    SwimGym

    Bodies of Water

     

     

     

     

    • van helsing
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      #5595 |

      Strokes of Genius

      Tag: Different Strokes for Different Folks

  • Maddog
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    #5599 |

    Awesome ideas! Thank you so much Franny, snark and van helsing for taking the time to think and pass on your ideas, much appreciated!! Back to the drawing board for me!! Cheers!!

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • FrannyFranny
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    #5606 |

    You’re welcome, Maddog. Good luck!

     

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