6 Companies Using Animal Logos For Profit

By James Dazouloute --- Famous Logos Of Animal Logos, Learn 6 Companies Who Are Pimping  The Great Animals.  And whether for good or bad, these companies have decided to 
6 Companies Using Animal Logos For Profit
  stake the meaning of their company motto on these Animals. So today my intent is to help you see and appreciate more all the things that Animals do in our world. For they play so many parts in our Life, like: they feed us by giving up their bodies, they allow us to use them for transport to get from one place to another, they work the grounds for us, they give up themselves as experimentations for some of our products, etc... And So We Begin:

1. CAMEL Cigarettes
6 Companies Using Animal Logos For Profit

Cigarettes have been with us since the early 1500s when people used to roll their own and smoke it. But back in 1913, R.J. Reynolds created the Packaged Cigarette. And the Camel Cigarettes were created using Turkish Paper, and contained a blend of Turkish Tobacco where they used Camels to get around, along with Virginia Tobacco. And that year he sold more than 425 millions Camel Cigarette Packs.

2. Red Bull
6 Companies Using Animal Logos For Profit

If there is ever a company that is A Thief Of Knowledge, then it is the Red Bull Company. Because Dietrich Mateschitz developed the red bull energy drink by learning and taking ides of an Energy Drink company out of Thailand named: Krating Daeng back in 1982. Now you already know about the fierceness of a Bull, now add to that a Red Bull that you see in the Rodeo and see how much that Bull kicks and will throw off anyone who tried to mount it or even subdue it. So you are beginning to see how taking that Nature of an animal like this, and transfer it into a drink and add to it all the herbs that give you energy... And you have the Slogan: Red Bull Gives You Wings.

3. Polo Ralph Lauren
6 Companies Using Animal Logos For Profit

If you ever played Polo, then I am sure you have heard of Polo Pony. Since this is a term meaning  A Horse That Is Used To Play Polo, and that would usually mean that the Horse would have to be a Pony. And many have called Polo, The King Of Sports, and this game was brought to America back in 1876. And so the Ralph Lauren Corporation decided to cash in on The Horse, or The Pony Game. And so a long line of luxury clothing and goods come from that Corporation like: Fragrances, home accessories, housewares, high end casual and semi-formal wear for men and women.

4. Dove (toiletries)
6 Companies Using Animal Logos For Profit

Whenever you hear the word Dove, you think of Purity, you think of the Holy Spirit coming down in the form of a Dove. And for The Dove company, they have capitalize on that and decided to sell everything from body washes, hair care, antiperspirants and deodorants, all the way to all types of facial care products. So generally all products that will make you look Angelic and Perfect.

5. Chevrolet Bison ( Heavy duty truck )
6 Companies Using Animal Logos For Profit

The Bison as you know is a powerful animal that has first blessed the Native North American Indians with their meats for food and their furs for coats to keep their bodies warm for winter and for the huts. And so The Chevrolet Car Company decided back in 1976 to capitalize on the Nature of this powerful animal, The Bison, and came out with the Chevrolet Bison, a heavy duty class 8 truck

6. Big Bear 40oz. 
6 Companies Using Animal Logos For Profit

Big Bear, as you can gather from the name is Big. And so the Pabst Brewing Company decided to capitalize and brought a Malt Liquor called Big Bear 40 Oz. Bottles. And so it takes a Big Man to drink all that liquor in one sitting.

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2 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:24 PM

    We put down the animals, and yet we use their good names

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  2. Anonymous1:25 PM

    I love animals and the way they take care of us...

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