1. Some bar
Every 10th bar or so in the English-speaking world using this slogan.
2. Dollar Giant, location unknown.
Well, sometimes you have adjust you tagline for legal reasons. For instance: Goodyear’s once was “The best tires in the world have goodyear written all over them.” But a competitor challenged it and won. So Goodyear decided to add “We say…” to the beginning of the slogan— which was a really stupid move.
Anyway, I like the birdseed type deviousness here, very evil.
3. Guactruck, Manila, Philippines.
I’ve seen that “If you’re waiting for a sign…”line a few times before, so nothing special.
However, that name identification layout is super smart.
4. Lincoln Storage, Salem, Ohio.
No, Lincoln Storage of Salem, Ohio.
Watch and learn how Manhattan Mini-Storage does it.
5. Hunters and Collectors Outlet Store
Sometimes, being clever is not clever.
Like here. Third World prices? Probably made by third world peasants in horrible conditions?
6. Baconery, New York, NY.
Kind of funny, but come ON, this is BACON!
You guys could write something much more tasty.
7. Ron Roesners’ (sic)
We’ll forget Ron has the apostrophe in the wrong place.
Now, he has two slogans going here:
“Pushin’ to Please since 1980.”
Pretty good for a local business.
Then, there’s that bottom one, which he apparently thinks is funny…
8. Air Around The Clock, Coral Springs, Florida
A lame double entendre.
And, stop hitting on my wife.
But, at least you tried?
9. “Yard Work,” Phoenix, AZ.
YAY FOR HONESTY!
(But, just like last time, I gotta take off points for lack of creativity.)
10. Fuel Coffee Bar, Brisbane, Australia.
Very nice! — even with the…not-perfect Grumpy Cat drawing.
To see more amusing local advertising, go here.