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Madison Avenue has voted on the most iconic slogans in history, and this week announced its latest Advertising Walk of Fame inductees.The winners were Sin City’s “What Happens Here Stays Here” and Capital One’s “What’s In Your Wallet?” They join 14 other iconic slogans.
Sin City's famous slogan launched nearly 10 years ago. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority invested around $10 million into television advertising for the slogan.
Capital One has created the ad that has its own Facebook page. The famous vikings have been shown causing ruckus everywhere from New York City to the Grand Canyon.
Gillette launched this campaign after coming under fire for not being manly enough.
State Farm's ad features men and women asking for the things most important to them, including accident help. The goal behind the slogan was to promote the insurance firm's philosophy of being a good neighbour.
The UPS slogan was unveiled in 2002. It was only the fifth tag line in the freight carrier's history.
M&Ms famous slogan was trademarked in 1954, the same year as its popular spokescandies.
'Can you hear me now?' was part of a larger campaign demonstrating the commitment of Verizon Wireless employees. As a result, man in the campaign has become almost synonymous with the mobile network operator.
Mounds and Almond Joy, often advertised together, introduced the popular slogan in the 1970s. Famous composer and conductor Leon Carr wrote the well-known jingle.
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