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My company has 2 slogan's they use, and I want to settle on just one to help in branding this location better. I would like to get a idea of which one is better received. I will list them below please let me know your thoughts

 

 

1. Pomp's Tire and service. Were in your neighborhood

 

2. We know tires and service you should know Pomp's

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