They Can't Do This To Me, I'm.... Denny Green
We all love to hear the musical sound of our own names, which perhaps can partly explain why,
when I first saw an episode of "Boston Legal," many years ago, my hero William Shatner had to repeat his character's name several times (which as I recall, was also an intrinsic dialogue element), before I realized he was saying "Denny Crane," not "Denny Green."
Apparently, whoever was in charge of data entry for this supply company's mailing list was also daydreaming of His Shatness when they were typing up their catalog mailing list:
Now, if you'll excuse me, it's time to adjourn to the veranda for brandy and cigars.