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If you have a stand-alone phrase, such as "Serving Washington and the United States since 1700" as your brand, should it have a period after it? I say no but our graphic designer insists on putting one. Am I just viewing things from older eyes?

  • "Should it have a period after it?" It should probably explain how that is possible after it. – Phil Sweet May 11 '16 at 15:50
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No, you don't need one. I agree with you that it looks better without one.

Consider UPS whose slogan is "synchronizing the world of commerce". They don't use a period:

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The following image has quite a few corporate taglines:

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Most don't have periods. The ones that do do so to be more assertive, which is not something your particular tagline has to convey. The only exception is Microsoft's which is two separate clauses.

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