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  1. Alfalfa
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    We'll get you into

    Hello. I'm working on the slogan for my company. It's about a relocation company, and the slogan must express the purpose of the company, which is helping get the immigrants into the foreign country.

    I came up with an idea, but I was wondering myself if it would be okey, as I'm not an English native speaker. The slogan I want would be "We'll get you into". It would be next to the company's name which is "Into (name of the country)".

    Your help would be deeply appreciated.

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    Re: We'll get you into

    The slogan sounds a little clandestine to me, especially as an American.

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    Re: We'll get you into

    Quote Originally Posted by billmcd View Post
    The slogan sounds a little clandestine to me, especially as an American.

    Yes, and it suggests the possibility of circumvention of legal processes.
    Last edited by 2006; 01-Apr-2010 at 02:40. Reason: ..

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    Re: We'll get you into

    It's tantamount to making a false statement - claiming to do something which you can't.

    You might get sued for misrepresentation. ;)

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