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I want to begin this morning with a little quiz. I want to see if all of our contemporary advertising really works. See if you can identify the following products by their advertising slogans.


Easy Ones...

"Just do it." Nike

"It's the real thing." Coke

"When you care enough to send the very best." Hallmark

"Where's the beef?" Wendy's

"The next best thing to being there." AT&T

"It keeps going and going" - Duracell

"Can You Hear Me Now?" - Verison

"What's In Your Wallet?" -- Capital One


Older Crowd...

"I can't believe I ate the whole thing." Alka-Seltzer

"Sometimes you fee like a nut" -- Almond Joy

"MMM, MMM Good -- Campbell's Soup

"They're Great!" Kellogg's Corn Flakes

"A Little Dab'lI Do Yah." Brylcream

"Builds Strong Bodies 12 Ways" -- Wonder Bread

"We Bring Good Things to Life" -- GE

"The Quality Goes in Before the Name Goes On" -- Maytag

"The Dog Kids Love to Bite" -- Armor Hot Dogs


Younger Crowd...

"Gotta Have my Pops" -- Sugar Pops

"Obey Your Thirst" -- Sprite

"Live in Your World, Play In Ours" -- PlayStation

"You've Got Questions, We've Got Answers" -- Radio Shack

"So Easy a Caveman Can Do it" -- Geico.com

"Nothing Runs Like A Deere" -- John Deere


Unless we work in the field advertising or we have a product that we are trying sell, few of us have any idea the billions of dollars that are spent each year to promote products. But the fact is advertising is not so much a matter of promoting a product as it is creating a need. Advertising is not so much a matter of satisfying a hunger or quenching a thirst as it is creating a hunger and thirst.

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