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I have been searching for a business name and happened to come across this site and thought I would see if I could get some help. I run my own High End Auto Detailing company. Where I spend countless hours on luxurious and high end cars, boats and planes. I'm looking for something short and rolls smoothly. I love the name "Luxe Auto Spa" But this is already taken from a company in the state I live. I've thought of "Ritz Auto Spa" and a few others but was hoping I could get some better input on this. Thank you for helping!

  • If you haven't already checked it out, here's the thesaurus.com entry for deluxe: thesaurus.com/browse/deluxe?s=t (I don't know how to format hotlinks on this site yet. Lol) – EFrog Jan 11 '15 at 14:54
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    There is a trend, mostly in restaurants and clubs, to indicate luxury and exclusivity by using only the address of the establishment. For example: If the street address is "7 Main St," you could call it "Seven Main Auto Spa" - if the number is longer, say "420", you could call it "420 Auto Detailing". (The terms "luxe" and "ritz" are considered somewhat gauche.) – Oldbag Jan 11 '15 at 15:01
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    Valhalla Vehicle Pampering & Pedicures – idunno Jan 11 '15 at 17:28
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I'd guess that this word may be a little longer than you were hoping, but there can be no more superior statement of quality than superlative.

Superlative: Of the highest order, quality, or degree; surpassing or superior to all others.

'a superlative piece of skill'

def. source: thefreedictionary.com

example source: oxforddictionaries.com

  • I think I'd be more likely to avoid an establishment with 'superlative' in its name. – Edwin Ashworth Jan 11 '15 at 15:22
  • Perhaps, but I'm sure that that doesn't hold true for everyone. – Charon Jan 11 '15 at 15:32
  • "Superlative Auto Spa'? – Edwin Ashworth Jan 11 '15 at 16:12
  • Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. – Charon Jan 11 '15 at 18:38

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