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Readers get creative and submit their own slogans

Thanks to our dear Smoky Mountain News readers, some excellent ideas for slogans poured in through our Facebook site over the past week. We snuck a few of our own in as well. Enjoy!

 

Waynesville

Your home away from Florida

Move over Beer City USA

First in brick sidewalks and lamp posts

Wild and wonderful Waynesworld!

Waynesville! Waynesville! Party town! Excellent!

Home of the Mountaineers, full of Crafts and cheers

 

Lake Junaluska

Home of the prom photo

 

Balsam

The place where life is simple, laid-back and beautiful

 

Maggie

Follow the Thunder

On the verge of a comeback, again

The best route to get to Cherokee

Don't forget your ear plugs

Wait for it...

Holy Ghost Town revival

 

Canton

Smell? What smell?

You can practically see Asheville


Clyde

Home of the 'Big Gun'

 

Sylva

Cooler, hipper, and trendier than you

 

Webster

We have a post office

 

Dillsboro

The train used to stop here

We used to have a dam, train

 

Cullowhee

Who needs bars with a view like this?

 

Forest Hills

Boasting the most professors per capita

 

Bryson City

Where Subaru drivers unite

The original gateway to the Smokies

Podunk redefined


Franklin

Owned by one guy

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