Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 9 years ago

What is a good slogan for a town of Ridgewood?

things have been used like we're in the woods now, but what are some other ideas?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    I present the 100 best small-town slogans:

    Gettysburg, South Dakota: Where the battle wasn’t

    Hooker, Oklahoma: It’s a location, not a vocation

    Linesville, Pennsylvania: Where the ducks walk on the fish

    Jewell, Iowa: A gem in a friendly setting

    Livonia, New York: Some bigger, none better

    Peculiar, Missouri: Where the odds are with you

    Spring Lake, Michigan: Where nature smiles for seven miles

    Drumright, Oklahoma: Town of oil repute

    Boswell, Indiana: Hub of the universe

    Superior, Wisconsin: I’m a Superior lover

    Forest Junction, Wisconsin: You can get there from here

    Moscow, Maine: Best town by a dam site

    Garden City, Missouri: A touch of heaven on Highway Seven

    Eaton Rapids, Michigan: Welcome to the only Eaton Rapids on Earth

    Union Springs, Alabama: Serendipity center of the South

    Rockwell City, Iowa: The golden buckle on the Corn Belt

    Apex, North Carolina: The peak of good living

    Manhattan, Kansas: The Little Apple

    Walla Walla, Washington: The city so nice they named it twice

    Paradise, California: It’s all the name implies

    Melbourne, Iowa: Right on top, not down under

    San Andreas, California: It’s not our fault

    Newton Falls, Ohio: The town with zip

    Freeland, Pennsylvania: The most happening place on Earth

    Gretna, Virginia: Ain’t no big thing, but we’re growing!

    Hereford, Texas: Town without a toothache

    Gas, Kansas: Don’t pass Gas, stop and enjoy it

    Haleyville, Alabama: Home of 911

    Littleton, New Hampshire: A notch above

    Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin: Winner’s choice

    Morrison, Colorado: The nearest faraway place

    Wahoo, Nebraska: Home of the famous men

    Leavenworth, Kansas: How about doin’ some ‘time’ in Leavenworth

    Boardman, Oregon: On the river and on the way

    Hico, Texas: Where everybody is somebody

    Wakefield, Kansas: It’ll take you by surprise!

    Beaver Dam, Wisconsin: Make yourself at home

    Buckley, Washington: Below the snow, above the fog

    Three Rivers, Texas: If you lived in Three Rivers, you’d be home

    Bushnell, South Dakota: It’s not the end of the Earth,

    but you can see it from here

    Swanton, Nebraska: Dear hearts and gentle people

    Hampton, Virginia: First from the sea, first to the stars

    Kanab, Utah: Little Hollywood

    Shenandoah, Texas: More than just a song

    Show Low, Arizona: Named for the turn of a card

    Phoenix, Oregon: The other Phoenix

    Mexia, Texas: A great place to live no matter how you say it

    Blue Earth, Minnesota: Earth so rich, the city grows

    Beaman, Iowa: You’re not dreamin’, you’re in Beaman

    Beaver, Oklahoma: Cow chip capital

    Andover, Kansas: Where the people are warm, even when the weather isn’t

    Knox, Indiana: Where opportunity knocks

    Eastland, Texas: Where the Wild meets the West

    Delmar, Maryland: The little town too big for one state

    Broadview Heights, Ohio: The highest of the heights

    Algoma, Wisconsin: Warm welcomes, cool breezes and hot fishing

    Glendive, Montana: Where the best begins

    Britt, Iowa: Founded by rail, sustained by the plow

    Lodi, California: Livable, lovable Lodi

    Cherryfield, Maine: Blueberry Capital of the World

    Happy, Texas: The town without a frown

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