Ad slogans are designed to leave the key brand message in the mind of the target audience. Over the years, some slogans have become inseparable from the brands they advertise. How many of these familiar ad slogans can you identify?
Artificially color her hair, that is. Clairol introduced this familiar ad slogan in the 1950s.
In the 1960s, United Airlines began inviting customers to "fly the friendly skies."
Maxwell House has Theodore Roosevelt to thank for their popular slogan. Upon drinking a cup of coffee from the Maxwell House hotel, he said it was "good to the last drop."
Since 1974, Burger King's famous ad slogan has insisted that you "have it your way."
Coupled with the 'swoosh' logo, Nike's "Just Do It" slogan is one of the most familiar ad campaigns of the 20th century.
Beginning in 1959, Enco and Esso (now known as Exxon) urged customers to "put a tiger in your tank."
Anheuser-Busch adapted this popular slogan from the Czech Budweiser beer slogan, "The Beer of Kings," which dates back to the 16th century.
In 1929, Coca Cola became known as "The Pause That Refreshes." Other popular Coca Cola slogans include "Passport to Refreshment," "Always Coca Cola" and "It's the Real Thing."
Following the Great Air Race of 1967, Trans World Airlines (TWA) introduced their new slogan, "Up, Up and Away."
Avis introduced the slogan "We Try Harder" in the 1960s to boost their car rental service.