The exclamation points are overkill. You’ve got a great line, no need to be insecure about it. Grade: B.
A local plastic surgeon.
A tad long, but very memorable. Grade: A-.
I’ve seen many “drop your pants” dry cleaner slogans, but this one wins because of the “prompt attention” ending.
EDIT: “Drop your pants here and receive prompt attention.” Always look to make any tagline shorter. ALWAYS.
Not original, and unappetizing. Grade: D.
Local cement company.
So? So can every other cement company.
But what do I get out out doing business with you?
Hey, Harvard, right?
Rhyming can be good.
At least their slogan tells you what they do.
Of Superior, Wisconsin.
Usually, I take off points for vulgarity.
But here, it works perfectly.
Of San Francisco.
And, the best local tagline in history.
It’s so good, that, after using the line for nine fucking years, Northampton’s Sofa King was reprimanded by the UK’s ASA, because, “[the ad] could be interpreted as a derivative of the swear word ‘fuck’, which consumer research had found to be a word so likely to offend that it should not be used in ads at all, even when it was relevant to the name of a product…”
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