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Taglines For Quick Services And Food Offer
Posted by Anonymous on
10/25/2004 at 8:19 PM ET
We have started a quick service restaurant. Food offer is hot roast rolls, great burgers, chicken and salads. Need to communicate each of these in flyers and instore ads.
Looking for memorable and clever taglines.
10/25/2004 at 10:29 PM
I think you need to provide a little more information or else you will be creating one of the classic marketing blunders: putting tactics before the strategy.
You need to think about your positioning and ultimately, your competitive point of differentiation. I've worked as a VP of Marketing for several restaurant chains and your thought process is not uncommon for a restaurant operator. You live in the here and now and need to make something happen fast. However, I can tell you from experience that a little time invested now on the frontside will save you a lot of headaches (and constant switching of messages) later.
10/26/2004 at 6:01 AM
What's the name of your restaurant?
Are you looking for a tagline for the
or for the
If it's for the latter... are you actually hoping we'll write some ad copy for a generic salad or burger? Without knowing more about your food, I don't know where to start.
10/26/2004 at 4:21 PM
Restaurant Quality for Home Dinning
10/26/2004 at 7:16 PM
Outdoor flavor, here and now
Footballers (filled rolls)
I don't know what country you're in, and I realize you're not a fast food joint, but let me tell you that one of my favorite business taglines for a restaurant. Taco Bell -- Think outside the bun.
- Shelley ;]
10/27/2004 at 9:11 AM
...fine dining - fast
...fine dining that's fast - eat in or at home
...for fine dining that's fast
...for dining that's fast - and fine
Damn, that's making me hungry and it's lunch time here in UK! More later if I get inspired (on a full stomach.)
In the meantime, bon appetit.
10/29/2004 at 4:20 AM
FLAMEZ Grill - A Dining thrill.
FLAMEZ Grill - A take-out thrill.
Burger - thriller from the griller
Hot filled rolls - A thrill with a fill
FLAMEZ Roast Meat - a thrill to beat
Drinks - Thrills and chills.
10/29/2004 at 8:44 PM
FLAMEZ Grill - Licenced to thrill
Bottomless Drinks - Chill and Re-Fill
Kid's menu - Thrills and Spills
Seniors - Thrills for over the Hills
AAAHHHHH I can't stop myself
11/4/2004 at 5:45 AM
how about ... SIZZLING !!!
.. dont know if its been used before.... ??
11/4/2004 at 8:22 AM
are you in Dunedin New Zeland, in the Meridan MAll? because if that is your store I LOVE YOUR CHICKEN.
FlameZ Grill -you will burn for food this good
FlameZ Grill - Kiss the Chief ( this is because i have a with flames on it that says Kiss the Chief)
have a nice day
11/8/2004 at 2:12 AM
1. "QUICK AND QUAL' - WE HAVE IT ALL"
2. "FRAMEZ GRILL: QUALITY AT YOUR WILL"
3. "FAST FOOD, FASTER SERVICE"
4. "FRAMEZ GRILL: QUALITY @ THE SPEED OF YOUR WILL" or
5. "SERVING YOUR DESIRE"
6. "FRAMEZ GRILL: YOUR WISH OUR WILL"
All the best
11/8/2004 at 2:15 AM
FLAMEZ Grill - Truly FAST Food
FLAMEZ Grill - Sizzling Fast Food
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