then there are the generic lines...
Imagine an organization that provides slogans:
They might sell slogans off the shelf - like
Is that what you want?
Hackneyed means 'made trite and commonplace
A hackneyed line is dull and monotonous.
Put your money where your mouse is -
for any internet bank.
The wings of [country] - for any national
The spirit of [location] - for any national
[Country's] largest [industry] - for
any big company.
Don't just [verb 1], when you can [verb
2] - verb 2 is usually a bastardization of the advertiser's
Don't say [commodity], say [brand] -
widely used in many areas