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Types of Slogans

Heinz – “Beanz Meanz Heinz”
Heinz – “Beanz Meanz Heinz”

Beanz Meanz Heinz came first in a poll by Creative Review magazine. Retired advertising executive Maurice Drake, who devised the slogan, said a lunch of beer and sandwiches in a pub in Victoria helped fuel the ‘eureka moment’.

KFC – “Finger Lickin' Good”
KFC – “Finger Lickin' Good”

But businesses change slogans all the time, and sometimes keep more than one at the same time. In addition to “Finger-lickin’ good,” KFC/Kentucky Fried Chicken has also used “You’ve got a right to chicken done right,” “Cross the road to Kentucky Fried Chicken,” “Kitchen-fried chicken,” and probably many others that aren’t coming to mind at the moment.

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Kit Kat
Kit Kat

The makers of the KitKat chocolate bar are taking their own advice and having a break from using the company's 47-year-old slogan: "Have a break - have a KitKat".

McDonalds – “I'm Lovin' It”
McDonalds – “I'm Lovin' It”

i'm lovin' it is a branding campaign by McDonald's Corporation. It was created by Heye & Partner, McDonald's agency based in Unterhaching, Germany, near Munich, and a member of the DDB Worldwide Communications Group, Inc.

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Rice Krispies – “Snap! Crackle! Pop!”
Rice Krispies – “Snap! Crackle! Pop!”

1933 — Inspired by a Rice Krispies ® radio commercial, artist Vernon Grant creates the characters Snap ™, Crackle ™ and Pop ™. They first appear in ads and posters. 1933 — In a Snap ™, a star was born.

Skittles – “Taste the Rainbow”
Skittles – “Taste the Rainbow”

Quick Answer. The Skittles slogan is "Taste The Rainbow." In 1979, when Skittles was launched in North America, the rainbow of flavors included orange, lemon, lime, grape and strawberry.

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Subway – “Eat Fresh”
Subway – “Eat Fresh”

Subway Slogan 1. SUBWAY SLOGAN 2. ... • "The Way A Sandwich Should Be" (1996–2000)• "Eat Fresh" (2000 ... Subway doesn’t serve non-freshingredients ...