|ZooZity.com -- ZooZity or Zoo Zity
If it weren't for baseball, many kids wouldn't know what a millionaire looked like.
-- Phyllis Diller
The CEO of Brands Z grew up in Sioux City, Iowa; as a child, she and her friends often lovingly referred to Sioux City as "Zoo City" or "Zoo Zity," so the term has been kid-tested for appeal, memorability, and cuteness. Also, the double "Z" offers a catchy buzziness that kids tend to love.
A Sioux City start-up business could do very well with this name because of its catchy rhyme to the city name and overall regional appeal.
"ZooZity" would be perfect for a children's retail store, product line, or service: clothing, games, toys, shoes, daycare center, and kid-themed restaurant (where giddy kids can find a meetup place filled with other giddy kids, fun foods, playground equipment, party events, and games).
A caution, however: if you plan to open a pet store, you should be aware that there is a ZooZity pet store in Denmark, doing business under what is known as an unregistered or "natural" trademark. In that case, you should definitely check with a trademark lawyer regarding regional use of a non-generic term or find another name for your pet store. If you are located or doing business in Denmark, you should probably look for another name.
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