How to Make Money with a Fun Business Name

Can you imagine if your customers paid you to advertise your brand all over town? Or if people who didn’t even patronize your business wanted to buy a t-shirt with your brand name on it just because it was so much fun. Any business can generate extra revenue simply by having a fun name that […]

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Spoon Me mobbed with hundreds of teens

I told you Spoon Me was popular!

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Literally Eating My Words at Spoon Me

In town for Spoon Me founder Ryan Combe’s wedding over the weekend (see next post), thanks to the GPS in my rental car, I managed to hit two Spoon Me locations (and eat Spoon Me at the wedding) in less than 8 hours. Spoon Me is the name that Eat My Words is the most […]

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With this ring, I thee spoon.

I spent a fun weekend in Salt Lake City, where I was a guest at the wedding of my good pal and Spoon Me founder, Ryan Combe. Great to finally meet Ryan in person, as well as his business partner, David Jaynes, who was one of the key decision makers in choosing the Spoon Me […]

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Shut Up & Spoon Me – Now Available Online

It seemed as if Hell would freeze over in frozen yogurt before this happened, but after months of anticipation, Spoon Me loot is finally for sale online. Now you can buy your own “Shut Up and Spoon Me” t-shirt and stop trying to steal mine. As most of you know (because we talk about it […]

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Spoon Me a healthy, green yogurt shop

Spoon Me franchise owner Carolee Millet, left, and Spoon Me founder and CEO Ryan Combe inside the new Sandy location. The interior is eco-friendly and the yogurt had no artificial ingredients. Spoon Me a healthy, green yogurt shopBy Lesley MitchellThe Salt Lake Tribune09/16/2008 SANDY, UTAH – You won’t find the typical vanilla, chocolate or strawberry […]

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How your name can generate buzz and bacon

In today’s freaky economy, advertising budgets are facing extinction and marketing dollars are being stretched like carnival taffy. Your name has to do more, say more, and work harder than ever before. Without a massive ad campaign to drill it in (think: Head On), consumers cannot remember brand names that are tame, tired, copycat, spelling-challenged, […]

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Spoon Me, Baby!

The frozen yogurt chain we named “Spoon Me” is enjoying phenomenal success… check out how wildly popular it is…

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