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Well known advertising slogans

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Access
   used the slogan   
"Your Flexible Friend"
Credit card introduced in the UK in 1972
Adidas
   used the slogan   
"Impossible is Nothing"
Aero
   used the slogan   
"Lovely Bubbly"
Chocolate bar originally manufactured by Rowntree-Mackintosh, now part of Nestlé.
Alka Seltzer
   used the slogan   
"Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz, Oh What a Relief It Is!"
1953--written by Paul Margulies
American Express
   used the slogan   
"Don't Leave Home Without It"
AOL
   used the slogan   
"Welcome to the World Wide Wow"
A play on the "World Wide Web"
Apple Computer
   used the slogan   
"Think Outside the Box"
On January 9, 2007 Apple Computer, Inc. changed their name to "Apple Inc."
Aston Martin
   used the slogan   
"Power, Beauty and Soul"
Audi
   used the slogan   
"Vorsprung Durch Technik"
Progress through technology
Australian Tourist Commission
   used the slogan   
"... Another Shrimp on the Barbie ..."
Bacardi
   used the slogan   
"Welcome to the Latin Quarter"
Birdseye
   used the slogan   
"Only the Best for the Captain's Table"
Bird's Eye Potato Waffles
   used the slogan   
"They're Waffly Versatile"
BMW
   used the slogan   
"The Ultimate Driving Machine"
Boddington's
   used the slogan   
"The Cream of Manchester"
English beer, originally from Manchester, brewed for more than 200 years
Bounty
   used the slogan   
"A Taste of Paradise"
Chocolate bar advertised by a sexual temptress on a tropical beach
British Army
   used the slogan   
"Be the Best"
Brut
   used the slogan   
"Splash It All Over"
Brylcreem
   used the slogan   
"A Little Dab'll Do Ya"
1950s
Budweiser
   used the slogan   
"The King of Beers"
Burger King
   used the slogan   
"Have It Your Way"
Cadbury's Creme Egg
   used the slogan   
"How Do You Eat Yours?"
Cadbury's Dairy Milk
   used the slogan   
"A Glass and a Half of Milk in Every Half Pound"
Cadbury's Flake
   used the slogan   
"Only the Crumbliest, Flakiest Chocolate"
1950s-1980s
Carlsberg
   used the slogan   
"Probably the Best Lager in the World"
Castlemaine XXXX
   used the slogan   
"Australians Wouldn't Give a XXXX for Anything Else"
Cheetos
   used the slogan   
"Dangerously Cheesy"
Clairol
   used the slogan   
"Does She or Doesn't She?"
Hair dye. "Does she or doesn't she? ...only her hairdresser knows for sure"
Club Med
   used the slogan   
The Anidote For Civilization
1982
CNN
   used the slogan   
"The Most Trusted Name in News"
Coca-Cola
   used the slogan   
"It's the Real Thing"
Continental Airlines
   used the slogan   
"We Really Move Our Tail For You"
Corona
   used the slogan   
"Every Bubble's Passed Its Fizzical"
Cunard Line
   used the slogan   
"Getting There Is Half The Fun"
De Beers Consolidated Mines
   used the slogan   
"A Diamond is Forever."
Delta Airlines
   used the slogan   
"We Love to Fly and It Shows"
Disneyland
   used the slogan   
"The Happiest Place on Earth"
Domestos
   used the slogan   
"Kills Germs Dead"
Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap
   used the slogan   
"Absolute Cleanliness is Godliness!"
Dr. Pepper
   used the slogan   
"Just What the Doctor Ordered"
Duracell
   used the slogan   
"No Battery is Stronger Longer"
Duracell Batteries, 1990s
Duracell
   used the slogan   
"You Can't Top the Copper Top"
Batteries
Eastern Airlines
   used the slogan   
"This Really IS Flying!"
Energizer
   used the slogan   
"Do You Have the Bunny Inside?"
Energizer Max
Energizer
   used the slogan   
"Keeps Going and Going and Going."
Batteries
Esso/Exxon
   used the slogan   
"Put a Tiger in Your Tank"
Fairy Liquid
   used the slogan   
"Hands That Do Dishes Can Feel Soft As Your Face, With Mild Green..."
P & G dishwashing liquid first went on sale in the UK in 1960
Federal Express
   used the slogan   
When It Absolutely, Positively Has To Be There Overnight
1982
Financial Times
   used the slogan   
No FT, No Comment
1982
Fisk Tires
   used the slogan   
"Time to Re-Tire"
Florida Orange Juice
   used the slogan   
"It's Not Just for Breakfast Anymore."
Forbes
   used the slogan   
Capitalist Tool
Ford
   used the slogan   
"Better Ideas. Driven by You"
Ford Motor Company, 1990s
Ford
   used the slogan   
""Built for the Road Ahead"
2004
Ford
   used the slogan   
"Everything We Do is Driven by You"
Fosters
   used the slogan   
Strewth! There’s A Bloke Down There With No Strides On!
FOX News
   used the slogan   
"Fair and Balanced"
...if you can be balanced while leaning far to the right.
Fry's Turkish Delight
   used the slogan   
"Full of Eastern Promise"
Chocolate bar made by Cadbury - most popular in the UK, but also sold in the US
Future Shop
   used the slogan   
"See What the Future Has in Store."
General Electric
   used the slogan   
"We Bring Good Things to Life."
Gillette
   used the slogan   
"The Best a Man Can Get"
Safety razor manufacturer, purchased by Proctor & Gamble in 2005.
Guinness
   used the slogan   
"Good Things Come to Those Who Wait"
Guinness
   used the slogan   
"Tick Follows Tock Follows Tick Follows Tock"
Hallmark
   used the slogan   
When You Care Enough To Send The Very Best
Harley Davidson
   used the slogan   
"American by Birth. Rebel by Choice."
Head & Shoulders
   used the slogan   
"I Never Knew You Had Dandruff"
Heineken
   used the slogan   
"Refreshes the Parts Other Beers Cannot Reach"
H. J. Heinz
   used the slogan   
"57 Varieties"
Hoover
   used the slogan   
"It Beats - As It Sweeps - As It Cleans"
The Hoover vacuum cleaner, 1926
Hummer
   used the slogan   
"Like Nothing else on Earth"
Impulse
   used the slogan   
"When a Man You've Never Met Before Suddenly Gives You Flowers"
Irn-Bru
   used the slogan   
"Made in Scotland from Girders"
Caffeinated soft drink in Scotland - has .002% ammonium ferric citrate listed in the ingredients
Jaguar
   used the slogan   
"Born to Perform"
C. 2003-
Johnnie Walker
   used the slogan   
"Keep Walking"
Kellogg's Frosties
   used the slogan   
"They're Grrreat!"
Sold as Kellogg's Sugar Frosted Flakes in the US.
Kellogg's Rice Krispies
   used the slogan   
"Snap, Crackle, and Pop"
KFC
   used the slogan   
"Finger-lickin' Good"
Kit Kat
   used the slogan   
"Have a Break..."
Lego
   used the slogan   
It’s A New Toy Every Day
Lemsip Cold & Flu
   used the slogan   
Sort The Men From The Boys
Lilt
   used the slogan   
"The Totally Tropical Taste"
Soft drink made by Coca-Cola and sold only in the UK and Ireland -- Once, a brand name of a home hair permanent wave solution in the US
Lloyds
   used the slogan   
Banking Worth Talking About
L&M Cigarettes
   used the slogan   
"Just What the Doctor Ordered"
L'Oréal
   used the slogan   
"Because I'm Worth It"
Maltesers
   used the slogan   
"The Lighter Way to Enjoy Chocolate"
Candy with a malt honeycomb center, made by Mars and most popular in the UK and Ireland
Marmite
   used the slogan   
"Love It or Hate It?"
Mars
   used the slogan   
A _ _ _ _ A Day Helps You Work, Rest And Play
1965
Martini
   used the slogan   
"Any Time, Any Place, Anywhere"
Mastercard
   used the slogan   
"Priceless"
2010s "There are some things money can't buy. For everything else, there's MasterCard."
Max Factor
   used the slogan   
"The Makeup of Makeup Artists"
Maxwell House
   used the slogan   
"Good to the Last Drop"
Coffee
Mazda
   used the slogan   
"Zoom Zoom"
2000s
McDonald's
   used the slogan   
"Feed Your Inner Child"
2005
McDonald's
   used the slogan   
""Good Time, Great Taste, (that's Why This is My Place)""
1988
McDonald's
   used the slogan   
"I'm Lovin' It!"
Justin Timberlake song
McDonald's
   used the slogan   
"Look for the Golden Arches"
1960s
McDonald's
   used the slogan   
"Two All Beef Patties Special Sauce Lettuce Cheese Pickles Onions on a Sesame Seed Bun"
1975 THE BIG MAC
Mentos
   used the slogan   
"The Freshmaker!"
Mercedes-Benz
   used the slogan   
"Unlike Any Other"
Microsoft
   used the slogan   
"Where Do You Want to Go Today?"
Milky Way
   used the slogan   
"The Sweet You Can Eat Between Meals Without Losing Your Appetite"
Miller Beer
   used the slogan   
"The Champagne of Bottled Beer"
M&M's
   used the slogan   
"Melt in Your Mouth, Not in Your Hand."
Also Treets and Minstrels
Mr Muscle
   used the slogan   
Loves The Jobs You Hate
Mr Sheen
   used the slogan   
Shines Umpteen Things Clean
Murray Mints
   used the slogan   
"Too Good to Hurry Mints"
Sold in jars and distributed by Beechams until the company was sold to Cadbury/Schweppes
Nescafé
   used the slogan   
"Coffee at Its Best"
Nescafé Gold Blend
Nesquik
   used the slogan   
Come On! Be A Super Shaker!
The New York Times
   used the slogan   
"All the News That's Fit to Print"
Nickelodeon
   used the slogan   
"Nick is for Kids"
TV channel owned by Viacom.
Nicotinell
   used the slogan   
"It Needn't Be Hell, With..."
Nike
   used the slogan   
"Just Do It"
Nintendo
   used the slogan   
"Now You're Playing With Power!"
Nokia
   used the slogan   
"Connecting People"
Old Gold Cigarettes
   used the slogan   
"Not a Cough in a Carload"
Old Spice
   used the slogan   
"The Mark of a Man"
Opal Fruits
   used the slogan   
"Made to Make Your Mouth Water"
Starburst was known as Opal Fruits in the UK and Ireland until 1998
Packard
   used the slogan   
"Ask the Man Who Owns One"
Pepsi
   used the slogan   
"All the Taste, 1/3 of the Calories"
Pepsi Max - 1993
Pepsi
   used the slogan   
"Lipsmackin' Thirstquenchin' Acetastin' Motivatin' Goodbuzzin' Cooltalkin' Highwalkin' Fastlivin' Evergivin' Coolfizzin'..."
1973
Peugeot
   used the slogan   
"The Drive of Your Life"
PG Tips
   used the slogan   
"Avez-vous Un Cuppa?"
Popular brand of tea in the UK
Pizza Hut
   used the slogan   
"You Do the Maths, We Do the Pizza"
Playtex
   used the slogan   
"Lifts and Separates"
Playtex Cross-Your-Heart bra
Polo
   used the slogan   
The Mint With The Hole
Pot Noodle
   used the slogan   
"Fuel of Britain, Isn’t It"
Pringles
   used the slogan   
"Once You Pop You Can't Stop"
Raid
   used the slogan   
"Kills Bugs Dead"
Insecticide
Red Bull
   used the slogan   
"It Gives You Wings"
Reebok
   used the slogan   
"Because Life is Not a Spectator Sport"
Remington
   used the slogan   
"I Liked It So Much I Bought the Company."
Rolo
   used the slogan   
"Do You Love Anyone Enough to Give Them Your Last..."
Ronseal
   used the slogan   
"Does Exactly What It Says on the Tin"
Rowntrees Fruit Pastels
   used the slogan   
All You Can Do Is Chew
Saab
   used the slogan   
"Born from Jets"
2005-
Sainsbury’s
   used the slogan   
Good Food Costs Less At….
Schweppes
   used the slogan   
"Schhh! You Know Who?"
1962
Shake'n'Vac
   used the slogan   
"Put the Freshness Back"
Skittles
   used the slogan   
"Taste the Rainbow"
Smarties
   used the slogan   
"Do You Eat the Red Ones Last?"
1970s or 1980s on until the early 1990s, revived around 2002 or 2003
Snickers
   used the slogan   
Really, Satisfies
SodaStream
   used the slogan   
"Get Busy With the Fizzy"
Sprite
   used the slogan   
"Obey Your Thirst"
Start-Rite Shoes
   used the slogan   
"Children's Shoes Have Far to Go."
Stella Artois
   used the slogan   
"Reassuringly Expensive."
Strongbow
   used the slogan   
"A Taste That Hits a Little Deeper"
Cider
Subaru
   used the slogan   
"Driven by What's Inside"
Subway
   used the slogan   
"Eat Fresh"
Sugar Puffs
   used the slogan   
"Tell Them About the Honey, Mummy"
Taco Bell
   used the slogan   
"Think Outside the Bun."
Tesco
   used the slogan   
"Every Little Helps"
UK-based grocery and general merchandising retail chain
Tetley Bitter
   used the slogan   
Smoothly Does It
Texaco Service Stations
   used the slogan   
"You Can Trust Your Car to the Man Who Wears The Star"
Timex Corporation
   used the slogan   
"It Takes a Licking and Keeps on Ticking."
Toyota
   used the slogan   
""The Car in Front is a …”"
Trebor Mints
   used the slogan   
"A Minty Bit Stronger"
Eventually renamed as "Extra Strong Mints". So-named for the building in which they were made on St. Peter Street, in Forest Gate, London.
Twix
   used the slogan   
"The Longer Lasting Snack"
Um Bongo
   used the slogan   
"They Drink It in the Congo"
UK tropical fruit juice drink made by Gerber Foods Soft Drinks under the name Libby's
United Airlines
   used the slogan   
"Fly the Friendly Skies"
Vauxhall
   used the slogan   
"Once Driven, Forever Smitten"
Violet Crumble
   used the slogan   
"It's the Way It Shatters That Matters"
Volkswagen
   used the slogan   
"Think Small"
Wheaties
   used the slogan   
"Breakfast of Champions"
Slogan was later on "The Breakfast of Champions", including in the 1990s
Whiskas
   used the slogan   
"Eight out of Ten Owners Say That Their Cat Prefers It"
Wilkinson Sword
   used the slogan   
"The Name on the World's Finest Blades"
Wrigley's Doublemint Gum
   used the slogan   
"Double Your Pleasure, Double Your Fun"
Wrigley's Doublemint gum
Yellow Pages
   used the slogan   
"Let Your Fingers Do the Walking"
2nd most read publication in the World, second only to the Bible.
Yorkshire Tea
   used the slogan   
"Like Tea Used to Be"
Black tea produced by Taylors of Harrogate in the UK


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