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Logos, Slogans and Brand Names
"For my third marketing quiz, I've included the origins of some well-known slogans and brand names along with a few logos. Also, it will have more true or false questions than my other quizzes."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
The "Belle Chocolatiere" of Baker products is fictitious.
How did Pepsi-Cola get its name?
It once claimed to contain pepsin
It had a "pepsy" taste
It gave you "pep"
It was once peppermint flavored
Why did Dr. Pepper once have "10-2-4" on its bottles?
They were the times of day to drink it
It was the drink's formula number
It was the time of day it was created
For October 24, when it was created
Which American president gave us the Maxwell House coffee slogan?
What did Anheuser and Busch name Budweiser beer for?
A Czech town
"Bud" Weiser, a baseball player
Two men named Buddy and Wise
Clarence Budweiser, Milwaukee mayor
"Oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes-Benz?" The car is named for Carl Benz' wife.
Where did the cross-like Chevrolet logo come from?
From a hotel wallpaper
From Chevrolet's coat of arms
From a French cathedral
From a knight's shield
A car brand name was once used to sell light bulbs.
Name the nationality of the founder of Bridgestone tires.
Morton Salt got its slogan from an old proverb.
Where did H.J. Heinz get his "57 Varieties" slogan from?
The year of his birth, 1857
A shoe ad
His age at the time
Where did Paramount Pictures get its name from?
A pipe fitter's wagon
A New York apartment house
A San Francisco laundry
An old vaudeville house
The MGM lion was created by a lyricist for another studio.
In what city can you find the logo of Little, Brown and Co. publishers?
The Exxon logo was once used in a mystery story.
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