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I must say a very well compiled post on the important legal, financial and operational preparations that a car wash startup needs to take before it launches. Once start-ups do get finished with all these activities, there is another big challenge waiting for them and that is to get noticed, get the word out to gain visibility, and win clients and retain them.

Ask any successful business startup and they will tell you, the first stride towards success starts with creating a corporate identity – knowing your target audience very well and then composing a message that speaks uniquely to them. And the first creation of that attempt is almost always a professional logo.

Displaying your logo, company name, message (tagline) and contact information near a busy road, lawn signs, on your car window decals or door, business card and flyers will quickly introduce your business to targeted customers for a very small investment. Exhibiting the logo on all forms of signage will facilitate the community to remember the service you provide.

Having a good logo is essential, especially when using it on signs. Speaking of good logos, click below link to view few eye catching Car sales logo ideas I found during the research for writing a blog post for a client.

http://www.logodesignconsultant.com/logo_design_gallery/Car-logo.html

I am in no way endorsing or promoting the website but it is quite attractive because of the colors it has used in car business logos. Also, the company has categorized the car wash logos according to the genres of the business.

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You have to believe in yourself . That's the secret of success. remember, just believe in yourself.

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I love the story of the poison arrows too. In many work places it's not a case of "hiding" them while debate rages, it's a case of "finding" them ... unfortunately!

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Hi, I just love this mobile so much - I tried to replicate it to make one of my own. I hope you don't mind! I posted the one I made to my blog but made sure to give you credit, I hope this is alright.

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At lease we should try. nobody knows what happen tomorrow. there is no point in not enjoying the time just because of further worries…

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Thanks for sharing Simon! I loved the story of the old woman who became visible in her village.. :-)

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This is a great video. I love the story of the poison arrows too. In many work places it's not a case of "hiding" them while debate rages, it's a case of "finding" them ... unfortunately!

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He also wrote "Getting Past No: Negotiating with Difficult People" the second book in his trilogy.

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