Monday, 19 April 2010

Name our puppy and WIN!

Taronga Zoo has their baby elephant, Dubbo Zoo have their baby rhino, Eureco have their adopted eco pet!



So this puppy wandered into our inbox from the world of cyberspace and we have since adopted her as our company
eco pet. Not only does she look like a towel when she is scrunched up on the floor, but she is also very cute.

Our puppy needs a name and we need your help! Our ideas are so bad that we are desperate for your input! (Frances suggested "Dobby the Doggy" - Seriously!) Please help!

The winning entrant with the best suggestion will win one of our luxury towel bundles (pictured) including 2 bath towels, 1 hand towel and 1 face washer worth $184! Get naming now!


Be as creative as you like, maybe something to do with towels or something
eco or just something cool. Please let us know your naming ideas by leaving a comment at the bottom of this post. Don't forget to leave your email address so we can contact you!


Competition closes Thursday 20th May 4pm AEST. Colour of products shown in picture may vary in prize pack.

15 comments:

  1. Oshi (Pronounced oh-shee) as in 'oshibori' Japanese word for the hot towels you get before a meal. I think it'd be a cute name because I think the breed of the puppy (not entirely sure but by the look of it) originates from Japan. Plus the puppy looks like a towel but is incredibly warm and cuddly :)
    bindi_belle@hotmail.com

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  2. Sav, or Savvy; from SA:V, the mathematical notation for the surface area to volume ratio. This puppy quite clearly has an extremely high surface area to volume ratio. This ratio is biologically derived and determined for purpose, as is the towel's SA:V to optimise absorbance and coverage. They both have SA:V (Sav) in common, and therefore it's quite Savvy really.
    as_phoenix@hotmail.com

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  3. 'Terry' as in terry towling. Short, quick, he/she looks like an immediately decisive type of critter, and it's a very aussie name.

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  4. 'Rumpole' becaus that was the first name that came to me.

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  5. She looks like 'Charlie' to me or maybe 'Truffles'

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  6. Rip Van Wrinkle

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  7. RECO RINKLES - a play on ECO, and the name Rico, hence RECO...Rinkles is obviously for the little guys....wrinkles, however, again, spelling with an R goes with RECO, plus gives a brand to the little guy...yeah, RECO RINKLES ;-)

    scott@tangerinesmile.com

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  8. I think she should be called Origami! she's so cute!

    angelina_chee_23@hotmail.com

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  9. Pleat or Pleats (sorry, came into my head... not very good is it...
    cheers, Carla

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  10. Rumplestiltskin
    tiz500@yahoo.com
    catherine

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  11. boo, as in bamboo.
    i still love the name oshi more :)
    bindi_belle@hotmail.com

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  12. Eureka, Eureco, Echo, or Ece (a Turkish name meaning 'Queen').

    Mandy (onlinetutorhelp@gmail.com)

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  13. Cupcake or Rosie

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