A slogan can be an integral part of a brand’s image and personality, but it can serve other purposes as well.

Scenario 11-1
After a series of public relations setbacks, Japanese automaker Toyota unveiled a new company slogan in 2010.The slogan read, “Drive a Toyota.You’ll never stop.” The company hopes the new slogan can once again instill confidence into a number of consumers who grew weary of the brand after a number of massive recalls in recent years.The company chose to go with the slogan after turning down a number of others, including, “Toyota Puts the Pedal to the Metal.And keeps it there,” and “Toyota.The Last Car You’ll Ever Drive.” The new slogan will be featured in all of the company’s future advertisements.

(Andy Borowitz, “Toyota Unveils New Slogan: ‘Drive a Toyota.You’ll Never Stop’.” The Huffington Post, February 6, 2010.)
-(Scenario 11­1) A slogan can be an integral part of a brand’s image and personality, but it can serve other purposes as well. One of these purposes could be to:
A)develop the idea presented in the headline.
B)entice the audience to look at the visual.
C)provide continuity to an entire campaign.
D)close the sale.