Some good Christmas slogans are "Don't get your tinsel in a tangle," "Bah, humbug" and "A cup of good cheer." Companies can use Christmas slogans to encourage consumers to purchase merchandise.
A good slogan works well to increase the sale of merchandise. If shoppers remember a catchy slogan, they may be more likely to shop at that particular store. Store owners or marketing professionals can change up the slogans during Christmas, to blend with the holiday season.
For example, a car dealership can use a slogan like "Have you been naughty or nice?" to sell cars. A picture of a coal black car can represent the "naughty" while an iridescent pearly white car reflects a person's "good" nature. Another fun slogan is "A Cup of Good Cheer" for a coffee house or "Making Spirits Bright" for a wine store. Think "Holiday Hoop-la" for a sporting goods store, with "hoop" reflecting the sport of basketball. "Mistletoe Magic" is a good slogan for a travel agency, touting the romance of a couples vacation.
All it takes is a little ingenuity and a play on words associated with the Christmas season to come up with a fun holiday slogan. One of the best ways to create slogans is to have a brainstorming session with fellow coworkers or members of the marketing team.