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American Corporate Slogans Quiz #3

Below, you will see several corporate slogans. Name the brand being advertised.
Includes former slogans
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First submittedJuly 22, 2012
Last updatedJanuary 21, 2014
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Slogan
Brand
Finger-lickin’ good!
KFC
The banquet beer
Coors
The ultimate driving machine
BMW
Better living through chemistry
DuPont
The taste of a new generation
Pepsi
You've come a long way, baby
Virginia Slims
Once you pop, you can't stop
Pringles
The best a man can get
Gillette
Save money. Live better
Wal-Mart
Don't be evil
Google
I'm lovin' it
McDonalds
Slogan
Brand
You are now free to move about the country
Southwest Airlines
So easy a caveman can do it
Geico
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...
Energizer
Melts in your mouth, not in your hands
M&Ms
Between love and madness lies obsession
Calvin Klein
Kid tested. Mother approved
Kix
The world on time
FedEx
Breakfast of champions
Wheaties
Can you hear me now?
Verizon
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level ∞
Jan 21, 2014
Updated and expanded!
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level 28
Feb 18, 2014
Awesome quiz! 21/22 I only missed Virginia Slims. Never ho'id of 'em.
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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."
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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!
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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?
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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.
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level 75
Aug 9, 2014
Couldn't spell Geico. Kept trying to put a k in it.
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level 81
Jul 29, 2015
How about Duracell for Energizer? Isn't that the same stuff, just marketed with different names in different countries?
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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.
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level 68
May 14, 2018
Duracell and Energizer are like Coke and Pepsi - competitors in the same market.
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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.
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level 61
Jun 11, 2019
Yeah, that should be accepted -- or at least NY Times that I typed in.
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level 55
Apr 4, 2018
Just too American for me - we don't get these slogans in the UK
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level 75
Nov 23, 2018
"Don't be evil" was never actually a slogan, but a corporate policy at Google (since abandoned).
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level 77
Jan 18, 2019
so now it's 'be evil'?
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level 78
May 23, 2019
Is "The ultimate driving machine" an American corporation now?
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level 79
Jun 16, 2019
Since when is BMW an American company?
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level 66
Jul 9, 2019
It's BMW's advertising slogan in America. They don't use that phrase in Germany.