As you've likely heard by now, Nebraska tourism has a new slogan — "Nebraska: Honestly, it's not for everyone."
The pitch has been met with critique, but a very unofficial poll by The World-Herald found that the majority of people who responded are on board with the motto that replaces "Nebraska Nice."
Do you like Nebraska tourism's new slogan?
Nebraska tourism's new slogan is "Nebraska: honestly, it's not for everyone." Do you approve?
So we dove into dangerous territory, asking the social media world what the best state motto for Nebraska would be. Below are some of the responses.
World-Herald reporter Aaron Sanderford kicked things off.
Plain Great— Aaron Sanderford (@asanderford) October 17, 2018
Where the middle meets the west
Former Husker Dave Rimington, an all-time great center, wasn't afraid to make a push for his suggestion.
Nebraska: The Center of Everything— Dave Rimington (@drimington) October 18, 2018
Rhiannon Root, a University of Nebraska journalism graduate and Washington Times copy editor, is clearly the coolest person in her office.
“Nebraska: Warm people, strange weather”— 🎃Rhiannon Root🎃 (@rhiannonroot) October 17, 2018
“Nebraska: Home of the coolest person in your office”
“Nebraska: So much more than meets the eye”
Some people like Iowa.
Nebraska. Almost as good as Iowa.— Jason Bangs (@jasontoddbangs) October 18, 2018
Nebraska- we have a zoo, Iowa gets the fun stuff— Anthony L. (@WeDemBoyz89) October 17, 2018
Some people ... and camels ... don't like Iowa.
Nebraska. It's like Iowa only better.— ZebediahTCamel (@ZebediahTCamel) October 18, 2018
Nebraska Better Than Iowa— Jane Carter (@Hskers62) October 18, 2018
We aren't sure weather Wyatt likes the slogan or not, but here's his suggestion.
Nebraska; where you can get all 4 seasons in one week.— Wyatt Stranik (@huskersfan3500) October 18, 2018
Cory wasn't a fan, but he's willing to lend a hand.
Literally anything else. I’d coming up with a great marketing campaign fo 1% of what they paid.— Cory Demmel (@CoryDemmel) October 18, 2018
Just the facts from Emily.
Where the corn grows— Emily (@shyemm) October 18, 2018
We aren't The Onion.
Some called out Colorado.
And, finally, here's mine.
With over 70 percent of people enjoying the slogan, we were bound to get some positive responses.
Of course, some Facebook users weren't fans.
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