The site launched a social media contest inviting people to submit their own taglines on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #getchosen.Three winners, selected when the contest ends May 9, will be receive a free year of JDate membership and a chance to have their slogans published in the company’s ads.
Other slogans have concerned our sales figures, such as "Three Million a Day" from 1917 or "Six Million a Day" from 1925.
In terms of drinks a day, that's a vast difference from the one billion a day mark The have concentrated on the quality of the product, its refreshing taste, or even its role in entertaining, as in 1948's "Where There's Coke There's Hospitality." In 1985, the introduction of a new taste of .
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Popular dating website has apologised for an advertisement campaign in which red hair and freckles were described as "imperfections".
The two new billboard posters, featured in London Underground stations, sparked anger among commuters who accused of "profiting by bullying".
Across a close-up image of a red-haired woman, the advertisement reads: “If you don’t like your imperfections, someone else will.” On a second billboard, the same slogan is positioned across the face of a person who has two different coloured eyes.
A spokesperson for said in a statement: “We have taken note of the response about our advert concerning freckles.
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By July 22, the first set of customer names were released by hackers, with all of the user data released on August 18, 2015.
Some advertisements themselves rise to the level of memorable slogans.