Speedy Alka-Seltzer’s mascot, “Speedy” always sang, “_____ _____, _____ _____ oh, what a relief it is!”
Margulies, father of actress Julianna Margulies (“The Good Wife”) helped create the “Plop, plop, fizz, fizz” jingle, but most of the fame goes to Tom Dawes who was known for writing many other jingles.
Mr. Whipple used to tell his customers to, “Please don’t squeeze the _______________ bath tissue.”
From 1964 to 1985, Mr. George Whipple, played by Dick Wilson, was the Charmin advocate.
Which of the following slogans was NOT used in McDonald’s advertising:
”Have it your way” was Burger King’s slogan for 40 years, but it was recently announced that the king would be changing the slogan to “Be Your Way.”
For which product was the slogan, “Thanks…I needed that!” used?
One of John Goodman’s first acting roles was to utter the phrase, “Thanks…I needed that!” for Skin Bracer by Mennen.
For which hamburger chain did Clara Peller ask, “Where’s the Beef?”
Peller uttered the catchphrase for Wendy’s in 1984.
In the 1960’s-1970’s, Sugar Bear used to say, “Can’t get enough of that _________________.”
Sugar Bear was a mascot for Super Sugar Crisp which changed its name to “Super Golden Crisp” and later to just “Golden Crisp” in the 1980’s when sugar content became taboo for breakfast cereal. Many cereals replaced some of their sugar with honey, which d
Which product used to tout, "Manly, yes, but I like it too?”
Introduced in 1972, Irish Spring used the phrase to market the soap to both men and women. About that same time, Secret did the opposite with the phrase, “Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman” to show that the product was intended for only one ge
Which of the following brand names was never an actual product?
“No Pain, No Gain” was never a product, but the other three really were.
Which door-to-door company had the slogan, “Ding, Dong __________ Calling?”
In the 1960’s-1970’s, it was Avon that used the phrase, “Ding, Dong, Avon Calling.”
Which product used the campaign, “Lock in Freshness?"
For years, Tupperware used to show how their products would “lock in freshness” by showing images of fruits and vegetables with different types of locking devices attached to them.