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    sabisons is offline Newbie
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    Is the Meaning of this Slogan right

    Hi Teachers

    I am in Business dealing in Real Estate (Especially Land). I am thinking of writing a Slogan under my Name.
    The slogan is as follows “Bringing City to the Country"
    According to my thinking, since I’m bringing City folks to buy country properties, I believe this slogan is ok, but I am not totally sure.
    I would appreciate if respected teacher in this forum wouldhelp me. Please let me know if this is the proper word/slogan ,for the kind of business I am going to do.
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    Sabisons

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    SoothingDave is online now VIP Member
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    Re: Is the Meaning of this Slogan right

    No, I'm afraid not. Bringing "city" to the country would mean you introduced certain aspects of the city into the country environment. Not that you are bringing city people to the country.

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    sabisons is offline Newbie
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    Re: Is the Meaning of this Slogan right

    Hi Dave
    Thanks for your relply.
    Is it possible if you can help me with any different Word/Slogan, where I can use under my name.
    Thanks
    Sabisons

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