Indifferent State Tourism Slogans

Posted on July 1, 2011


Arizona: 47 days without a killer bee attack.

Connecticut: ‘Connect’ing Rhode Island and New York since 1788.

Delaware: Experts in giving directions to Maryland, Pennsylvania, or New Jersey.

Kansas: You’ve got to stop for gas somewhere–why not stop in Kansas?

Kentucky: Now accessible by car.

Louisiana: Anyone named Louis or Ana eats free.

Maine: Once part of Massachusetts. How about those Red Sox, Bruins, Celtics, and Patriots?

Maryland: Birthplace of actor David Hasselhoff.  Also actor John Wilkes Booth.

Minnesota: Brrrrrrr!

Mississippi: Ruining spelling tests since 1817.

Montana: Not affiliated with Joe Montana.

Nebraska: Do you know where Abraham Lincoln was born?  If not, then it was Nebraska.

Nevada: Come to get married, stay to get divorced.

New Jersey: If you’re on your way to New York, would it kill you to stop and say hi?  Maybe.

New Mexico: Like Mexico but newer.

New York: Not as new as when we first named it.

North Dakota: A cut above South Dakota.

Ohio: Birthplace of President Warren G. Harding’s mistress.  Also Warren G. Harding.

Oregon: Paying more for aluminum cans than any state in the Union.

Rhode Island: Not really an island so you can get here by car.

Texas: If you’ve got some time to kill, why not kill it in the state that executes more criminals than any other?

Utah: Like Nevada without gambling or liquor.

Washington: Similar to Oregon but without the 5 cent can recycling incentive.

West Virginia: Turn left when you get to Virginia.

Wyoming: Come for the sagebrush, stay also for the sagebrush.

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