Skip to comments.United's slogan is getting a makeover on social media
Posted on 04/11/2017 9:24:32 AM PDT by blueyon
United's now-infamous slogan, "Fly the friendly skies," is being revamped on social media following the company's latest public relations nightmare.
Users took to Twitter Tuesday to post their own ideas of a more suitable slogan for the airline, using the hashtag #NewUnitedAirlinesMottos.
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After seeing the doctor handle that situation, if I had an appointment with him, I would cancel out.
I’m thinking SNL will find time to not bash Trump this weekend, and improve their ratings.
“We put the hospital in hospitality.”
I also. But no one has conclusively shown he even is a doctor, frankly. Lots of increasingly sure talk by proxy about it, but last I saw on Drudge they are offering some kind of reward even for his name. I just don’t buy that doctor thing unless it is verified, myself.
“United resurrected its “Fly the friendly skies” slogan in September 2013.”
Are the other airlines sometimes attacked by the Luftwaffe and Japanese Zeros?
Here’s some of the best slogan suggestions:
We’ll Treat You Like a King...Rodney King.
Not Enough Seating? Time For A Beating!
If We Overbook, You’ll Catch A Right Hook.
The Good News: We’re Serving Free Meals Again!
The Bad News: It’s A Knuckle Sandwich.
If You Don’t Give Up Your Seat, You’ll Get A Special Treat.
We’ll Seat You. Then We’ll Beat You.
my favorite was “Flight or Fight”
My suggestion for a motto is “Fly the thuggy skies of United. Do what we say or we beat the sh*t out of you and drag you off the plane. Buh-bye.”
Apparently QUITE a few FReepers’ portfolios are heavy on UAL.
UAL can’t do anything, but their shareholders are obviously fighting Dr. Dao taking ownership of the carrier.
I just dont buy that doctor thing unless it is verified, myself.
Lots of sordid details, at OP link :(
Just another reason not to fly commercial....
Getting through TSA is bad enough, they now have instituted beat-downs of passengers while aboard, and random throw-offs.
I guess that ‘patient’ he had to see was a man that needed that extra perky ED medication for a hot date the next night.
You just can’t make that stuff up..
A lack of planing on United's part was not his problem no matter if he was a retired plumber from Akron.
Next time my kids refuse to get out of bed, I’m calling United Airlines
That was great.
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