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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.

  2. Key Member
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    #2

    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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    #4

    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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