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Do you use a tagline or slogan in your OLLI’s marketing materials?

Posted on March 11th, 2011 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center

Do you use a tagline or slogan in your OLLI’s marketing materials?

Jennifer Patino, OLLI at Cal State University, Bakersfield, Asks OLLI:

Do you use a tagline or slogan in your OLLI’s marketing materials? We currently use “OLLI has something for everyone,” or “Education to fit your life,” and would like to know what other OLLIs are using.