American Corporate Slogans Quiz #1

Below, you will see several corporate slogans. Name the brand being advertised.
Includes former slogans
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Last updated: January 21, 2014
First submittedApril 25, 2012
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Slogan
Brand
Just do it
Nike
Think different
Apple
Fair and balanced
Fox News
It gives you wings
Red Bull
The champagne of beers
Miller High Life
Think outside the bun
Taco Bell
Fly the friendly skies
United Airlines
Obey your thirst
Sprite
Eat mor chikin
Chick-fil-A
Have it your way
Burger King
The Freshmaker
Mentos
Slogan
Brand
When it rains it pours
Morton Salt
What’s in your wallet?
Capital One
Taste the rainbow
Skittles
Don't leave home without it
American Express
Plop plop, fizz fizz
Alka-Seltzer
Reach out and touch someone
AT&T
Snap! Crackle! Pop!
Rice Krispies
The quicker picker-upper
Bounty
Double your pleasure,
double your fun
Wrigley's
Doublemint Gum
Eat fresh
Subway
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Level 72
Feb 8, 2014
My GOD am I a sellout. I got 100% on this one and the average is only 12. Very very sad...
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Level 80
Feb 16, 2014
I only missed Morton Fresh. Living most of my life in the USA probably helped. Whenever a Chick Fil-A question comes up I always have to backspace because I type "Chik Fil-A" first, maybe a result of the poor spelling they promote in their advertising, or the fact that they can't spell the word "filet."
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Level 46
Jul 7, 2016
Silly kalbahamut, they're not promoting poor spelling, and of course they can spell filet. The whole point is that cows are the ones advertising. One of the older commercials features cows sneaking out of their owner's enclosure and painting a sign that says Eat Mor Chikin; the sign, of course, directs people away from them to Chick-fil-A. Since the chain doesn't sell beef, they naturally really want people to go there.
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Level 80
Jul 7, 2016
Why is it cows, cats, etc always have such atrocious spelling and grammar? And.. if they can spell... how do you explain the name of the restaurant? Did a cow make that up, too? Is the business run by cows? If it is then... who is this "they" you speak of, as being distinct from the cows who can't spell?
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Level 64
Jul 7, 2016
@MasterKenobi And if the cows could even spell in English, why would they spell nearly every word incorrectly? Is it a coincidence?
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Level 79
Jul 8, 2016
No one would remember Chick Filet - boring. But you obviously remember Chik-fil-a. It's all about the advertising.
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Level 67
Jun 21, 2019
Hey... leave those poor cows alone, not everybody is great at spelling, they might not have the same educational possibilities.
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Level 73
Aug 16, 2017
I only got 11 and I'm proud of it. That means the commercials they bombard me with (most of which irritate the heck out of me) are having very little effect on me. Or so I think, anyway.
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Level 67
Jun 21, 2019
well if they irritate you they have an effect on you. I would rather that they not irritate me haha
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Level 64
Feb 16, 2014
Requesting that "Faux News" be accepted.
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Level 80
Feb 17, 2014
That will work on my Pord Wuzzle quiz.
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Level 73
Feb 10, 2020
Requesting that Fox News be removed due to vulgarity. Fair and balanced my foot.
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Level 60
Feb 18, 2014
AT&T shows up as just "AT" in the quiz.
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Level 82
May 5, 2014
I wish I could spell alka selzer whatever. I am proud that I actually got it right! (Except that not officially cause I couldn't spell it.) Oh and I live in a wrong country to actually know the product.
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Level 42
Jun 7, 2014
amex should be accepted
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Level 33
May 18, 2016
Yes it should!
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Level 42
Jun 7, 2014
chick fillet as well I mean, semi-phonetically that's what it means
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Level 54
Jan 12, 2019
Agreed. I put in several attempts... to no avail.
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Level 34
Jun 26, 2014
Now, Taco Bell is actually "Live Maps"
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Level 72
Jun 27, 2014
I believe "Live Maps" has since been bought out by Bing.
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Level 31
Sep 18, 2015
Ironic enough, I'm watching Megyn Kelly on the right-side of my screen. And doing jet punk quizzes on the left.

Right as I get to 'fair and balanced', the slogan came up as her show came back from commercial. :P

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Level 71
Jul 7, 2016
Would you consider accepting Amex for American Express? I didn't even think of writing the full name.
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Level 56
Mar 11, 2020
I've never heard Amex in my entire life.
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Level 65
Jul 7, 2016
Red Bull is austrian, not american. It was started in Thailand but bought by an austrian and have the HQ in Austria.
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Level 67
Jun 21, 2019
So all the others are ?? I never assumed so, though they might be.
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Level 81
Nov 29, 2019
I don't remember an English language advertising campaign there.
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Level 70
Jul 7, 2016
This is the only quiz that I can recall being disappointed in every right answer. Color me branded!
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Level 67
Jun 21, 2019
Why you be disapointed in knowing it? knowing it does equal having eaten it all, or using it. It only means you have been in contact with adds/comericals
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Level 48
Jul 7, 2016
solid 5/21, not sure if that's a good or a bad thing though
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Level 80
Jul 7, 2016
By "it" I could have sworn they meant, buy more Nike stuff.
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Level 71
Jul 7, 2016
I tried Durex for "Double your pleasure, double your fun"...
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Level 45
Feb 13, 2017
Glad to know I'm not the only one who thought that lmao
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Level 62
Jul 7, 2016
I'm pretty sure Subway has started using "Founded on Fresh" as their new slogan. They switched after Jared was arrested for being a sicko and they wanted to distance themselves from him.
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Level 69
Jul 7, 2016
*cough *"Red Bull is an energy drink sold by Austrian company Red Bull GmbH, created in 1987. In terms of market share, Red Bull is the highest-selling energy drink in the world, with 5.387 billion cans sold in 2013.[1][2][3][4]

Austrian entrepreneur Dietrich Mateschitz was inspired by an existing energy drink named Krating Daeng, which was first introduced and sold in Thailand by Chaleo Yoovidhya. He took this idea, modified the ingredients to suit the tastes of Westerners,[5] and, in partnership with Chaleo, founded Red Bull GmbH in 1987 in Chakkapong, Thailand. In Thai, daeng means red, and krating is the large bovine called "gaur". Red Bull is sold in a tall and slim blue-silver can, while Krating Daeng is in a gold shorter can.[6] The two are different products, produced separately." *cough*

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Level ∞
Jul 7, 2016
First of all, get better soon. That cough sounds nasty! Secondly, the quiz was originally just "corporate slogans", but I added "American" to the title so that the usually brigade of anti-U.S. whiners wouldn't take the quiz and whine.
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Level 65
Jul 7, 2016
Maybe this is why so many keep whining about US... Dont forget to include Cairo and Shanghai in the quizes about "Americas biggest cities"
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Level 80
Jul 7, 2016
^ You think QuizMaster attempting to satisfy obnoxious whiners with a warning in the title is the reason they whine? I think they are just obnoxious whiners.

Also, while Red Bull is in fact an Austrian company (I guess, who cares?), "It gives you wings" is the advertising slogan used in America. It might also be used elsewhere. But this is irrelevant. The quiz is accurately titled as all of these products are advertised in America and these are the slogans used in the American market, decided upon no doubt by the company's corporate offices in America. An American who watches a lot of television and saw all these commercials before could easily do well on the quiz. Someone from Austria is going to have a much harder time of it.

Btw Mentos is from the Netherlands. You forgot to whine about that.

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Level 81
Nov 29, 2019
I never see people demanding spelling outside the test language or whining about U.S.-centric questions on quizzes in other languages...ever. I suspect the English, the eternal complainers about losing colonies a quarter-millenium ago. Like we'd still be part of England with 330 million people, the vast majority of whom aren't ethnically English and don't care about the place anyway.
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Level 70
Jul 7, 2016
Now I have "We're allllll connected, New York Telephone!" stuck in my head and I'm old and it's all your fault.
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Level 67
Jul 7, 2016
To be honest, a few of these are NOT corporate slogans but are indeed "product" slogans. For example, Rice Krispies is a product (or Brand if you will) of the Kelloggs company. A corporate slogan would be a slogan for Kelloggs, not Rice Krispies.
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Level 53
Jul 7, 2016
Can rice bubbles please be added as an alternative to rice krispies? that's what they are called here in New Zealand and Australia.
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Level 46
Jul 7, 2016
I am an American and I hadn't heard most of these slogans...you learn something new everyday!
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Level 65
Jul 8, 2016
I actually tried "random crits" on Fair and balanced
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Level 50
Jan 30, 2017
Scored well but slightly shamed. I'm pretty good with American pop culture (as opposed to actually useful knowledge, you know) but have believed for.... at least 20 years that the 'Have it you way' campaign - the jingle for which I know all the words - was for McDonald's.
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Level 30
Oct 19, 2018
100 percent 2:40 left
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Level 51
Nov 20, 2018
Taco Bell should be "Live Más," "Think outside the bun" was scrapped in 2012
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Level 67
Jun 21, 2019
Cool idea for a quiz. I only got 6. Those are the ones we have too (or a translations) though some I am not sure we have but I heard it so often.

(Nike, Red bull we definitely have. Mentos, I think it has been over 10 years since I ve seen that slogan. Skittles, I think we have the product here, but no commercials, but I ve heard that line so often. Sprite, we have it, not sure about the slogan and if so that also was a long time ago

(I seem to remember the 90s were very slogan heavy in commercials, some quite good actually, commercials have gotten worse imo, just faster and louder) And Subway was a random guess, among a lot of others, but this was the only one that was actually an answer.

So we have 5 here, and atleast 2 of the slogans are used actively)

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Level 72
Sep 7, 2019
I thought that Bounty was some kind of drug and that the gum was condoms...
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Level 80
Feb 10, 2020
Then the slogan should be "Halve your pleasure and reduce your fun significantly"
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Level 58
Feb 10, 2020
Wow Fox News slogan is sooo far off the mark compared to what it actually is.
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Level 65
Feb 10, 2020
Could you make an Australian one?
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Level 54
Feb 10, 2020
Tough quiz. Got 7/21 but all the ones I missed I’ve never heard. Must be older