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A phrase (from the Gaelic for ‘war cry’) used to advertise or market a product that is short, compelling and memorable. A successful slogan will immediately cause the consumer to make the association between the slogan and the product. For example, BMW's slogan is ‘The Ultimate Driving Machine’. See also advertising; appendix 3 for a list of memorable slogans.

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