Definition of tagline
1 : a reiterated phrase identified with an individual, group, or product : slogan
2 : a final line (as in a play or joke); especially : one that serves to clarify a point or create a dramatic effect
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Harley-Davidson, meanwhile, has a new marketing tagline: Nine bikes for under $12,000.
Users can customize geofilters in the app's studio by adding personal touches—like a tagline for your wedding—along with Bitmojis and Stickers from the Snapchat graphic library.
OFIR tries to appear mainstream, hiding behind a tree logo and a tagline referencing environmental sustainability.
The new campaign, which carries the tagline #SeeEverySide, is expected to run for several months and includes a TV commercial and online ads that will appear across the web including on rival sites such as Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.
Trustees in April 2016 directed staff to research the cost to develop a branding plan that would review the village's logo, marketing methods, tagline and the village's website content.
The tagline promoted a Snow White who was no longer beautiful, according to the newspaper.
The tagline promoted a Snow White who was no longer beautiful.
Both stem from a social initiative launched in April to crowd-source ideas for titles and taglines from users via Facebook.
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