[Ads-l] 21st-Century Advertising Slogans

Dan Goncharoff thegonch at GMAIL.COM
Fri Aug 10 13:52:05 EDT 2018


"Democracy dies in darkness"
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On Fri, Aug 10, 2018, 1:16 PM Margaret Lee <
0000006730deb3bf-dmarc-request at listserv.uga.edu> wrote:

>  "Are you in good hands?"     --Dennis HaysbertAllstate Insurance Company
>
> --Margaret Lee
>     On ‎Monday‎, ‎August‎ ‎06‎, ‎2018‎ ‎04‎:‎25‎:‎30‎ ‎AM‎ ‎EDT, Margaret
> Lee <mlee303 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>   How about "Gillette, the best a man can get"   ?
>
> --Margaret Lee
>     On ‎Sunday‎, ‎August‎ ‎05‎, ‎2018‎ ‎06‎:‎55‎:‎02‎ ‎PM‎ ‎EDT, Shapiro,
> Fred <fred.shapiro at YALE.EDU> wrote:
>
>  In the Yale Book of Quotations, I listed 140 advertising slogans that
> have "entered the language" or been particularly famous or memorable.  For
> the second edition of the YBQ, I am trying to add more such slogans, from
> 21st century advertising and marketing.  Examples of the kinds of slogans I
> am seeking are (some of these may be from the 20th century):
>
>
> I'm lovin' it.
>
> McDonald's
>
>
> So easy a caveman could do it.
>
> GEICO
>
>
> There's an app for that.
>
> Apple
>
>
> The most interesting man in the world.
>
> Dos Equis
>
>
> What happens here, stays here.
>
> Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority
>
>
> If you see something, say something.
>
> New York MTA
>
>
> Rethink possible.
>
> AT&T
>
>
> What's in your wallet?
>
> Capital One
>
>
> More saving. More doing.
>
> Home Depot
>
>
> Can you hear me now?
>
> Verizon
>
>
> All suggestions are welcome.  I would also be grateful for suggestions of
> authoritative websites listing award-winning or "best of" 21st-century
> advertising/marketing slogans.
>
>
> Fred Shapiro
>
>
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