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This thread was inspired by Atlanta's efforts at branding itself, including coming up with a city slogan.

So does your city have a slogan?

For some reason, all of the welcoming signs into the city of Rock Hill proclaim that it is a city with "no room for racism." Don't know the origins of that one, but I think it needs to be replaced. You want your city slogan to bring positive thoughts to mind.

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This thread was inspired by Atlanta's efforts at branding itself, including coming up with a city slogan.

So does your city have a slogan?

For some reason, all of the welcoming signs into the city of Rock Hill proclaim that it is a city with "no room for racism." Don't know the origins of that one, but I think it needs to be replaced. You want your city slogan to bring positive thoughts to mind.

Yeah my hometown of Fayetteville(NC) has the "All American City" officially but unofficial is Fayettenam...but hey we got some things going for us and the momentum is there. Such as a downtown park called freedom park and another revilalization of the downtown area. I think most people do not realize is that Fayetteville is one of NCs oldest and there is a lot of history there. UNC was chartered there and George Washington even stopped through when he attended a meeting of the NC continental congress.

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Yeah, and I'm told Fayetteville was only 1 vote shy of being NC's capital city.

The slogan of my home county, Orangeburg County (SC), is "Working hard, living easy." Cheesy, but I like it.

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From the photo tour I saw living easy would not be hard...yeah George didn't like good ole Fayetteville or Charlotte. I think he didn't like any NC cities lol...I did read he loved Charleston though.

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Cantnot has just informed me that Charlotte's slogan is : "What We Dream, We Do."

I didn't know that. Seems appropriate these days.

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New Orleans' unofficial slogan is "Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler"

Which means, "let the good times roll" in French.

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Some other city slogans I've found online:

Richmond: "One City, Our City" or "Easy To Love"

Birmingham: "Birmingham Feels Like a Celebration"

Hendersonville, NC: "The City of Four Seasons"

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Asheville recently came up with a new slogan- "Any way you like it."

I heard a long time ago the city used to run TV ads with the slogan, "I got it in Asheville."

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Oklahoma City's is "Going Up", and they have take offs from that like Hoop Up (Hornets Basketball), Eat Up (restaurants), Stay Up (hotels), and Ring Up (shopping). The whole idea of it comes from OKC's redevelopment and constant growth lately.

OKC: Going Up

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Tuscaloosa's current tourism marketing slogan is "America's One and Only."

Tuscaloosa is also known to locals by your moniker, 'Druid City' and the infamous 'T-town'.

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Baltimore: "The greatest city in America"

Washington DC: "Justitia Omnibus (Justice for All)"

Virginia Beach: "Community for a Lifetime"

Columbia: "Where Friendliness Flows"

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Baltimore: "The greatest city in America"

Washington DC: "Justitia Omnibus (Justice for All)"

Virginia Beach: "Community for a Lifetime"

Columbia: "Where Friendliness Flows"

Ha those are hilarious! should be more like:

Baltimore: "The most violent city in America"

DC: "Trafficia Omnibus" (Traffic for All)

Virginia Beach: "Community for a Retiree"

Columbia: "Where Ignorance Flows"

:rofl:

Please dont get offended its a mere joke thanks

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