"The curiously strong business innovation"

Gordon Graham of the Broken Bulbs blog points to a nifty little "sloganizer" tool that can be used to come up with all kinds of deliciously offbeat innovation slogans that are actually based on real advertising slogans from different consumer brands. I tried it a few times, inserting words like "innovation" and "creativity" into the advertising slogan generator. Behold the final product from the Sloganizer: "The curiously strong business innovation."

Anyway, be sure to check out the other results from Gordon's site, including advertising mash-ups like "Monsieur, with this innovation you are really spoiling us!"

[image: Curiously Strong Mints]

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