So, I want to make an environment movement and I see "Go Green" is hyped and suitable for the movement. But what I want to know is, is it should be "(my company's name) Go Green" or "(my company's name) Goes Green"?
Besides, I wonder, does "Go Green" is a single term for something or is it a just a sentence? I've seen some example of companies using Go Green, but my colleagues say it should be Goes Green.

  • Should be "[Company Name] goes green!" or "We are going green!" Feb 25, 2016 at 10:29
  • But what I want to know is, should it be...
    – shawnt00
    Feb 25, 2016 at 11:32
  • Company go green is an instruction to Company. Company goes green is a (short) report about Company.
    – Lawrence
    Feb 26, 2016 at 5:41

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Often, you'll see "Go Green!" on banners and placards because people are campaigning, and trying to get other people to become more environmentally friendly.

"Go Green!" is an imperative, with implied second-person subject ("You should Go Green!")

So, in your case (because the subject is not the reader of the notice, but rather the company) the correct phrase would be:

[Company Name] goes green!

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