As a marketing slogan could the following sentence be considered grammatical?

Because happy customers are gold for your business.

Would it be better to say to instead of for? Or a rephrasing like:

Because happy customers are their weight worth in gold to your business.

  1. It’s customers, not costumers.
  2. The first is grammatical, but it’s not a very original or persuasive slogan.
  3. The expression in the second is worth their weight in gold and not their weight worth in gold.
  4. I’d try to come up with something different altogether, if I were you.
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  • Thanks. You are probably right that I should try to come up with something more original... – agibsen Dec 14 '12 at 13:57
  • Better still, pay money and hire a professional. If a job is worth doing, it's worth doing well; and if it's worth doing well, it's worth paying someone who knows how to do it. – Robusto Dec 14 '12 at 14:04

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