Slogans

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1. "Good to the last drop." - Maxwell House coffee 2. “The most trusted name in news" – CNN 3. “All the news that's fit to print. - The New York Times 4. "Fair and balanced" - FOX News 5. "Keeps going and going and going." - Energizer Batteries 6. "No battery is stronger longer." - Duracell Batteries 7. "Think different" - Apple Computer 8. "Where do you want to go today?" - Microsoft 9. "Between love and madness lies Obsession." - Calvin Klein 10. "Betcha can't eat just one" - Lay's 11. "They're grrreat!" - Kellogg's Frosted Flakes 12. "I'm lovin' it" - McDonald's 13. "Because you're worth it" - L'Oreal 14. "The happiest place on Earth" - Disneyland 15. "The ultimate driving machine" - BMW 16. We move the world. – DHL 17. Time to make the doughnuts. - Dunkin Donuts 18. The best a man can get. – Gillette 19. The power of dreams. – Honda 20. Solutions for a small planet. – IBM 21. Share moments. Share life. KODAK 22. Finger-lickin’ good! – KFC 23. Melts in your mouth, not in your hands. - M&Ms 24. Your potential. Our passion. Microsoft 25. Do the Dew. - Mountain Dew 26. Just do it. – Nike 27. At the heart of the image.- Nikon 28. Enjoy the ride. – Nissan 29. Connecting people. – Nokia 30. The mark of a man. – Old Spice 31. "Ideas for Life" – Panasonic 32. For those who think young. – Pepsi 33. The taste of a new generation. – Pepsi 34. Eat fresh. – Subway 35. Expect more. Pay less. – Target 36. Takes a licking and keeps on ticking. – Timex 37. Choose freedom. – Toshiba 38. Get the feeling. – Toyota 39. Always low prices. Always. - Wal-Mart 40. Let your fingers do the walking. – Yellow pages 41. It’s the real thing. – Coke 42. "Know How" – Canon 43. "Get More out of Now" – Dell 44. "Taking…...

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