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I am writing a small description and need a phrase to highlight a range of services. Is there another phrase for "one stop shop" which is both catchy and apt?

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    Another way to say “ONE STOP SHOP” : stickybranding.com/another-way-to-say-one-stop-shop – user66974 May 4 '16 at 6:13
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    Thank you sir, that was an amazing article which changed my whole outlook. – Sam May 4 '16 at 8:27
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    "We do everything" could work, but you should probably indicate what that means. – Adam Katz May 19 '16 at 22:51
  • The original "one-stop shop" was probably the establishment known in frontier towns in the U.S. as the "general store." – Sven Yargs Mar 7 '17 at 7:25
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    "Convenience store" is a popular term for that. – fixer1234 Apr 2 '17 at 0:15
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Maybe you can use the term/ phrase "comprehensive solutions for ... "

Definition of comprehensive as per Merriam Webster dictionary

:  covering completely or broadly 
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A to Z (Tools, construction, toys etc.)

It signifies the full range of given services. I can further explain it by using Amazon example. If you notice it's logo iy has an arrow that starts from 'A' and goes till 'Z' therefore an idea to provide a solution/store that has everything or 'one stop shop' - Thank you

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Under one roof, is a nother one. All-In-One.

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All-inclusive, as in hotel

Google, define all inclusive: including everything or everyone, i.e. "an all-inclusive holiday"

Denoting or relating to a holiday in which all or most meals, drinks, and activities are included in the overall price

The all-inclusive model originated in the French Club Med resorts, which were founded by the Belgian Gérard Blitz in 1950. Some all-inclusive resorts are designed for specific vacation interests. For example, some resorts cater to adults only, while even more specialized properties accept couples only (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All-inclusive_resort).

https://english.stackexchange.com/search?q=all+inclusive

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