Beer Free Tag Line Contest

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I posted yesterday with a quick $10 Beer for the best tag line.

Unfortunately, it looks like the change to the new forum swallowed the post and given the Buy You A Beer function is gone, I'm gonna have to redo the contest, instead it's now a:
"Best Tag Line Gets $10 Paypal deposit"

Has a catchy ring to it don't you think ;-)

Anyway, before the contest got swallowed yesterday, here is a summation of the replies:

Marlo Anderson
Be a Differnet Business, Make a Difference, Because You Can.

Your Business Made Bigger By Benefitting Others
Building Businesses Bigger By Great Giving
Business Built Bigger Through Great Giving

You Scratch Another's Back, And You'll Get A Bigger Cash Stack


Doing Business With A Conscience
Doing Business For A Cause
Buy More, Give More

Here's the originals I've brainstormed for some thought:
# Business Giving Back

# Profitable Ethical Business, Customer Focused, Charity Driven

# Whatever, whenever, wherever YOU buy, YOU make a difference

# Whatever, whenever, wherever YOU sell, YOU make a difference

# Changing the world one purchase at a time

# You Win, We Win, All Win

The best response which comes back within the next 6 hours (finishing 1800 GMT today) wins.

Tag line for:
(Thanks Chipt!)

JointWinWin is a free business directory any business can join provided they donate a minimum of 0.8% of gross revenue to charity. It's about "cause-related marketing" and the idea is one day in the not too distant future, JointWinWin will be a trusted third party seal which customers will trust eg:
XYZ is a JointWinWin business
(Thanks Dennis!)

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