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American Corporate Slogans Quiz #3

Below, you will see several corporate slogans. Name the brand being advertised.
Includes former slogans
Quiz by Quizmaster
First submittedJuly 22, 2012
Last updatedJanuary 21, 2014
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Finger-lickin’ good!
The banquet beer
The ultimate driving machine
Better living through chemistry
The taste of a new generation
You've come a long way, baby
Virginia Slims
Once you pop, you can't stop
The best a man can get
Save money. Live better
Don't be evil
I'm lovin' it
You are now free to move about the country
Southwest Airlines
So easy a caveman can do it
All the news that’s fit to print
New York Times
They're gr-r-r-eat!
Frosted Flakes
It keeps going, and going, and going...
Melts in your mouth, not in your hands
Between love and madness lies obsession
Calvin Klein
Kid tested. Mother approved
The world on time
Breakfast of champions
Can you hear me now?
level ∞
Jan 21, 2014
Updated and expanded!
level 28
Feb 18, 2014
Awesome quiz! 21/22 I only missed Virginia Slims. Never ho'id of 'em.
level 75
Aug 9, 2014
It is a very long and slim cigarette first marketed in the 1960s toward young professional women. The ads showed a photo of a woman in the early part of the century sneaking a smoke of a mans' cigarette, then the theme song played, "You've come a long way, baby, To get where you've got to, today. You've got your own cigarette now, baby, You've come a long, long way."
level 76
Nov 18, 2017
Now you can openly become addicted to a substance that will destroy your health, make you stink, and eventually kill you. Girl power!
level 70
Sep 16, 2017
That one must've imprinted on my as a kid, 'cuz it just popped right into my head without thinking.

I wonder how all of those unfortunately-influenced women are doing now? How many died horrible deaths so that those tobacco slime-bucket executives could get rich?
level 44
Aug 9, 2014
I tried "Obsession" for Calvin Klein, b/c that is the product being advertised. Like you wouldn't say Kellogg's for Frosted Flakes.
level 75
Aug 9, 2014
Couldn't spell Geico. Kept trying to put a k in it.
level 81
Jul 29, 2015
How about Duracell for Energizer? Isn't that the same stuff, just marketed with different names in different countries?
level 76
Nov 18, 2017
Definitely not. The Energizer ads often feature generic batteries with copper coloring on one end depicted underperforming vs. Energizer because Duracell is their biggest competitor.
level 68
May 14, 2018
Duracell and Energizer are like Coke and Pepsi - competitors in the same market.
level 79
Jun 23, 2016
I tried NYT, and figured it was wrong when it wasn't accepted--though it is universally accepted everywhere when referring to the New York Times.
level 61
Jun 11, 2019
Yeah, that should be accepted -- or at least NY Times that I typed in.
level 55
Apr 4, 2018
Just too American for me - we don't get these slogans in the UK
level 75
Nov 23, 2018
"Don't be evil" was never actually a slogan, but a corporate policy at Google (since abandoned).
level 77
Jan 18, 2019
so now it's 'be evil'?
level 78
May 23, 2019
Is "The ultimate driving machine" an American corporation now?
level 79
Jun 16, 2019
Since when is BMW an American company?
level 66
Jul 9, 2019
It's BMW's advertising slogan in America. They don't use that phrase in Germany.